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BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

1971 




COVER: The churches on the front and 
back covers are Grace and Edgemont Bap- 
tist Churches of Durham. 



The Yates 
Baptist Association 



NORTH CAROLINA 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

1971 



Held with Grey Stone Baptist Church, Durham, 
Monday, October 25, 1971; Edgemont Baptist 
Church, Durham, Tuesday, October 26, 1971. 

Next Session to be held with the Angier Avenue 
Baptist Church, Durham, Monday, October 23, 
1972; Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Durham, 
Tuesday, October 24, 1972. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Directory of the Association 

Calendar of Activities 

Enrollment of Messengers 1 

Constitution 1 

Proceedings of Annual Session 2 

Report Section '. 2 

Our Beloved Dead 4 

Church Directory 4 

Historical Table 5 

Statistical Reports 5 

Index 6 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1971-72 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

Moderator-John Qayton, 1208 Evans Drive, 27705 489-9514 

Vice-Moderator-Reverend Robert M. Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 389, 27705 383-2982 

Qerk-Historian-Harrell B. Perry, 204 Pineview Rd., 27707 489-5582 

Treasurer-Alan R. Rigsbee, 807 Loraine Ave., 27704 477-1621 

Auditor-Frank Nelson, 1519 Ruffin St., 27701 286-1721 

REPRESENTATIVES 

Homes for Aging-Milton Roberson, 1406 Virginia Ave., 27705 286-5816 

Hospital-J. B. Cash, Rt. 2, Box 219, 27705 477-2363 

Children's Homes-Mrs. Doris Priddy, 508 Crestview Drive, 27704 477-7158 

Annuity Board -Reverend B. E. White, Jr., 2500 Acadia St., 27704 477-7497 

Biblical Recorder-Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., 27705 383-2208 



GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS OF THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Floyd Fletcher, 26 Staley Place, Durham, 27705 Term Expires in 1972 

B. E. White, Jr., 2513 Wilbon St., Durham, 27704 Term Expires in 1973 



PAID EMPLOYEES 

Supt.-Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 489-3396 

Office Assistant-Mrs. J. W. Warren, Jr., 223 Chateau Rd., Durham, 27704. . . 477-3178 

Secretary -Mrs. Altaree Norris, 2002 Woodland Dr., 27704 

Camp Caretakers-Mr. & Mrs. James Funderburk, Rt. 6, Box 181, 27703 596:6689 



Min. of Youth/Family Services-Rev. Boyce KimbaU, 1800 Ruffin St., 27701 682-7437 

ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD MEMBERS 

The Associational Board consists of the officers of the Association, leaders of the Sunday 
School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, the chairman of 
each Standing Committee, the Hospital Representative, Homes for the Aging Representa- 
tive, Children's Homes Representative, Biblical Recorder Representative, Annuity Board 
Representative, the Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members 
from each cooperating church. The members of the State General Board from our Associa- 
tion and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke University and the University of North Carolina 
shall be invited to sit with the Associational Board in an advisory capacity. Listed below are 
the lay members elected by the churches. 



CHURCHES Name Address 



Angier Avenue .... J. Preston Hall 627 Mimosa Ave., 27703 

Paul E. Watkins 2424 S. Alston Ave., 27707 

Bells Mr. Arch Clark R-3, Pittsboro, 27312 

Mrs. Arch Clark R-3, Pittsboro, 27312 

Berea A. L. Ferrell R-3, Durham, 27707 

Mrs. A. L. Ferrell R-3, Durham, 27707 

Bethesda D. J. Booth 410 Mason Drive, 27703 

James W. Carlton R-6, Box 487, Durham, 27703 

Braggtown R. D. HoUeman 1514 Hermitage Ct., 27707 

Everette Womble R-8, Box 442, Durham, 27704 

Calvary Don Christian 307 Spring Rd., 27703 

Everette Boone 606 Midway Ave., 27703 



^AKE FOREST WHVEIRSm 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 



Carrboro Mi.& Mrs. James Cashwell. . . P. O. Box 186, Carrboro, 27510 

Cedar Fork H. C. Green R-1, MorrisvUle, 27560 

R. M. Proctor R-1, Morrisviile, 27560 

Cheeks Hgts Jim Slaughter 611 E. Maynard Ave., 27704 

A. L. Pender 712 Berwyn Ave., 27704 

Cresset Jesse T. Cole 2938 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 

Marshall Mangum 2203 University Dr., 27707 

Durham Memorial. .Cecil Vaughan 2522 Holloway St., 27703 

R. T. Foushee 109 N. Joyland Ave., 27703 

Ebenezer Sam Riley R-1, Linden Rd., 27705 

Robert Walker R-2, Pleasant Green Rd., 27705 

Edgemont Frank L. Dickerson, Jr 5408 Newhall Dr., 27707 

B. F. Denning 1912 Wallace St., 27707 

Ephesus Gordon Pope R-7, Box 268, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Alvin TiUman R-7, White Oak Dr., 27707 

Faith Floyd Hicks 239 Debra Dr., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Leroy Rose 9 Faith Drive, 27704 

Fieldcrest Rev. Wyatt L. Scott 1013 Hale St., 27705 

Thomas C. EUis 2116 Camden Ave., 27704 

First W. J. Broadwell 3629 Hathaway Rd., 27707 

EUis Thomas 2631 Umstead Rd., 27705 

Gorman H. A. Wall 1606 E. Geer St., 27704 

J. J. Thornton 1601 Glenn School Rd., 27704 

Grace D. W. Porterfield 3128 Gibson Rd., 27703 

Grey Stone P. G. Bryant, Sr 2006 Woodrow St., 27705 

Charles E. McKinnon 2109 Englewood Ave., 27705 

Guess Rd Don Wethington 2204 Pike St., 27707 

Elton Gunter 2801 Shaftsbury St., 27705 

Holloway St Loney C. Morton 1312 Clarendon St., 27705 

W. Ray Woodall 1145 Fiske St., 27703 

Homestead Hgts. . . Carl Scott 109 Argonne Dr., 27704 

Harry Phares 2202 Sovereign St., 27705 

Hope VaUey Charles R. Andrews 6818 Garrett Rd., 27707 

S. E. Kyles 6310 Garrett Rd., 27707 

Immanuel WUbur Evans 2610 Kirk Road, 27705 

Raymond Wrenn 3812 Hilgrand, 27705 

Lake wood JStewart Rigsbee Box 8615, 27707 

Dwight Chamblee 2313 Huron Circle, 27707 

Lowe's Grove Robert E. Hurst R-4, 27703 

Mrs. Robert E. Hurst R-4, 27703 

Lystra Hubert Oakley R-3, Box 218, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

John Oldham R-3, Box 200, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. S. T. NoeU R-6, Box 215, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mrs. Ralph Blackwood R-3, Chapel HiU, 27514 

Mt. GUead E. M. Carpenter R-1, Pittsboro, 27312 

Roy Qark R-1, Box 208-A, Pittsboro, 27312 

Mt. Hermon Grover Clayton R-1, Box 378, 27705 

L. Hughes McDade R-1, Box 342-C, 27705 

Mt. Moriah Troy Wilkins R-1, Box 156, 27705 

Clyde CarroU, Jr 4814 Erwin Road, 27705 

Mt. Pisgah J. E. Booth R-3, Box 240, 27707 

Clyde Farrell R-3, Apex, 27502 

Olive Branch George W. Ray R-6, Box 321, 27703 

Morris Currin 381 1 Wake Forest Rd., 27703 

Page Road J. D. Grain 826 Glenco Road, 27703 

W. E. Stinnett 628 Lynn Rd., 27703 

Park View Coy McLean 1206 Donphil Rd., 27705 

Hubert McDonald 312 Greenwood Dr., 27704 



YAIES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



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Parkwood 


. . .Richard Griffin 


1710 EucUd Rd., 27707 




Dr. Wm. Grady Thomas 


5323 Revere Rd., 27707 


Plainview 


. . .C. W. Pendergraft 


R-5, Box 721, 27704 




Mrs. C. W. Pendergraft 


R-5, Box 721, 27704 


Pleasant Hill 


. . None 




Red Mountain , 


, . .James ElMs 


R-2, Rougemont, 27572 




Otha Taylor 


. . . R-2, Rougemont, 27572 


Ridgecrest 


. . J. B. Cash 


R-2, Box 219, 27705 




S. T. Maples 


402 Sandlewood Dr., 27704 


Rose of Sharon . , 


. . Jesse Evans 


R-2, Box 313, 27705 




Waittous Rhew 


1000 Horton Rd., 27704 


Temple 


. .Dr. D. R. Perry 


1120 Iredell St., 27705 




Phillip M. Ward 


120 W. Woodridge Dr., 27707 


Trinity 


. . B. R. O'Briant 


1912 SoHi Drive, 27703 




James Harris 


1219 Clinton Rd., 27703 


University 


. . Dr. Daniel Sherk 


Eubanks Rd., Chapel Hill, 27514 






. . . luu L.nase Ave., L.napei niii, z/j1'+ 


Watts St 




3206 Sprunt St., 27705 




C. Horton Poe, Jr 


1110 Watts St., 27701 


Westwood 


. .W. J. Peters 


. . ,1804 Forest Rd., 27705 




Milton Roberson 


... .1406 Virginia Ave., 27705 


Yates 




. . Box 993, 27702 




B. Ray Olive 


. . .P.O. Box 1755, 27702 



OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 
1971-72 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

General Director -Rev. W. T. Brogden, Box 2686, Durham, 27705, (ch) . . . 286-2281 

Teacher Improvement Director 

-Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon, Rt. 3, Box 154, 27707 544-1858 

Outreach Director 
Records Assistant 
Extension Action Director 

Preschool Director -Mrs. Linwood McCullers, 1 12 E. Maynard Ave., 27704 . . 477-6849 
Childrens' Director -Mrs. W. A. Godwin 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 . . 383-4244 

Youth Director 

Adult Director -Rev. Malcolm Cadd, 1003 E. Main St., 27701 (ch) 682-3251 

V.B.S. Director -Rev. Ray Cumbee, 4007 Holt Sch. Rd., 27704 (ch) 477-3859 

Bus Ministry Director 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director -Rev. Parker Hooper, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham, 27707 . . . 489-4483 

Pastor Advisor -Rev. R. M. Winecoff, 

Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, 27705 (ch) . . . 383-2982 
Director of New Church Member Training 

-V. A. Shore, Jr., 2905 Gretmar Drive, 27705 489-4394 

Director of Church Member Training 

Tournament Director -Mrs. Carlton O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., 27705 383-2208 

Pianist -Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Dr., 27705 383-3405 

Preschool Leader -Mrs. Parker Hooper, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham, 27707. . . 489-4483 

Childrens' Leader -Mrs. Martin Rigsbee, 1432 EUis Road, 27703 596-2062 

Youth Leader 

Adult Leader -Floyd G. Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road, 27707 489-3509 



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TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 



MUSIC COUNCIL 

Director-John T. Laverty, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

-Clyde V. Buckner, 2415 State St., 27704 477.7949 

-W. E. Byrd, Jr., 1015 Monmouth Ave., 27701 682-4511 

-Mrs. Carlton O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., 27705 383-2208 

-Mrs. Morris Currin, 3811 Wake Forest Rd., 27703 596-5930 

-Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Dr., 27705 383-3405 

-E. Kenneth HarreU, Box 3057, 27705 (ch) 286-7702 

-Mrs. N. R. Hunter, Jr., 2101 Ruffin St., 27701 477-5980 

-Miss Donna Martin, 201 S. Maple St., 27703 596-6061 

-Joseph H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Rd., 27705 477-6327 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director-Mrs. V. J. Chance, 100 W. Markham Ave., 27701 688-3155 

Associate Director-Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate HiU Dr., 27705 383-3405 

Secretary /Treasurer-Mrs. Don Wethington, 2204 Pike St., 27707 489-3097 

Program Director-Mrs. H. S. Mumford, 1108 Raynor St., 27703 . 682-2465 

Murdoch Mission Action Director 

Miss Ila House, 111 Cherry Grove St., 27703 596-3836 

Historian-Mrs. Carl N. Bishop, 2630 Pickett Rd., 27705 489-3875 

Baptist Women Dir. -Mrs. Millard W. Page, 3120 Gibson Rd., 27703 596-2051 

BW Associate Dir. -Mrs. Vance Fisher, 2113 Angier Ave., 27703 596-2051 

BYW Director-Mrs. L. C. Pergerson, 2519 Tryon Rd., 27705 489-4305 

BYW Assoc. Dir. -Miss Sylvia Roycroft, 2008 Englewood Ave., 27705 

Acteen Director-Mrs. Merle Edmonds, 716 Lynn Rd., 27703 596-5278 

Acteen Associate Dir.- 

Girls in Action Dir. -Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 383-4244 

Mission Friends Dir. -Mrs. E. F. DoUar, Jr., 5126 Pine TraU Dr., 27705 477-3724 

MF Associate Dir. -Mrs. A. T. Carrington, 4916 Holt School Rd., 27704 477-6686 

Group I Leader-Mrs. Robert Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 389, 27705 383-1454 

Group II Leader -Mrs. Perry Pate, 6 Manor Ct., Pkwood Apts., 27707 544-3904 

Group III Leader-Mrs. Frank D. Nelson, 1519 Ruffm St., 27701 286-1721 

Group IV Leader-Mrs. Frank Shipp, 3924 S. Alston Ave., 27707 544-2496 

Chorister, Pianist, Prayer Director to be appointed 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director-Bruce C. Little, 71 Dudley Circle, 27703 596-2568 

Associate Director -Claiborne C. Ross, 109 N. Guthrie Ave., 27703 596-5191 

Mission Study Leader-Coy Yates, 1308 Kent Street, 27707 477-2104 

Mission Activities Ldr.-Rollin Burhans, 4305 Berini Dr., 27705 383-1668 

Assoc. Mission Activities-Erwin Ferrell, 1605 Kirkwood Dr., 27705 477-1366 

Baptist Men Director- 

Royal Ambassador Ldr. -Lewis Rigsbee, 1810 Latta Road, 27705 477-1987 

Camping-BiUy Newton, 4804 Kinloch Dr., 27705 477-0015 

Basketball -Dallas D. Branch, 3704 Cambridge Rd., 27705 682-5506 

Leadership Training-James M. Barringer, Rt. 3, Box 79, 27707 544-2314 

Mission Tours-J. D. Farthing, 800 Camden Ave., 27701 682-5426 

Athletics- 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 
1971-72 

A ctivities 

Rev. Ernest FerreU (Chmn), Rt. 2, Box 422-A, 27705 (ch) 383-4263 

Rev. Charles Midkiff, Box 508, Chapel Hill, 27514(ch) 942-2157 

Milton Roberson, 1406 Virginia Ave., 27705 286-5816 



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A udio- Visual A ids 

George Love (Chmn), P. O. Box 1355, 27702 682-1879 

Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Rd., 27707 489-3509 

Carl Bishop, 2630 Pickett Rd., 27705 489-3875 

Charles Atwater, 3208 Dixon Rd., 27707 383-6138 

Richard WaU, Rt. 6, Mineral Springs Rd., 27703 596-2989 

Camp 

A. B. Stone, Jr. (Chmn), P. O. Box 1355, 27702 682-1879 

Charles Underwood, 2310 Wilson St., 27705 286-9717 

Norman Stallings, 2515 RolUng Pines Rd., 27703 596-7433 

CarroU Pledger, 2325 Glendale Ave., 27704 477-7154 

George Trout, 2609 Richwood Rd., 27705 477-3022 

Dwaine Coley, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, 27707 (ch) 489-2537 

Tommy Hemdon, 202 N. Briggs Ave., 27703 596-6929 

Christian Life 

Leath Johnson, Jr. (Chmn), 414 Cleveland St., 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

E. L. Phillips, 1513 Dollar Ave., 27701 286-2682 

Rev. A. D. Frazier, Rt. 4, Box 327, 27703 (ch) 596-7017 

Wayne Beard, 210 Bennington Dr., Chapel Hill, 27514 929-6151 

Rev. J. A. Fogleman, 4430 S. Alston Ave., 27707 (ch) 544-1888 

Christian Social Ministries 

Rev. Russell Wimmer (Chmn), 3527 Hillsborough Rd., 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

Garland Bryant, 711 Hammond St., 27704 477-6707 

Jim Barringer, Route 3, Box 79, 27707 544-2314 

Mrs. Douglas Boynton, 800 Pittsboro Rd., Chapel Hill, 27514 942-3471 

Mrs. Richard Dickinson, 1415 Ida St., 27705 286-3626 

Mrs. O. C. MitcheU, Jr., 838 Glenco Rd., 27703 596-2403 

Steve WiUiams, 2709 Landis Dr., 27705 477-6470 

Mrs. Ellis Thomas, 2631 Umstead Rd., 27705 477-5286 

Rev. Roy Capehart, Box 156, Carrboro, 27510 (ch) 967-3056 

Committee On Committees 

W. J. Broadwell (Chmn), 3629 Hathaway Rd., 27707 489-7152 

Stewart M. Greene, Rt. 7, Box 284, 27707 489-2791 

O. C. MitcheU, Jr., 838 Glenco Rd., 27703 596-2403 

Dr. D. R. Perry, 1120 Iredell Street, 27705 286-4100 

Rev. Russell Barbee, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 (ch) 596-1407 

Constitution 

Rev. R. F. Smith, Jr. (Chmn), 414 Cleveland St., 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

Robert D. Holleman, 1514 Hermitage Ct., 27707 489-3263 

' Rev. Ned Mathews, 3024 Pickett Rd., 27705 (ch) 489-2655 

Deacons 

Ed Bishop (Chmn), 6411 Whitt Rd., 27705 477-0843 

Earl Anderson, 1141 Delano St., 27703 682-1323 

Roy Watson, 2505 Ross Road, 27703 596-7593 

Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Ave., 27704 477-5169 

Homer Jobe, 2311 Glendale Ave., 27704 477-7890 

Evangelism 

Rev. J. L. Jackson (Chmn), 2123 So Hi Drive, 27703 (ch) 596-6407 

Rev. Ernest Holt, 3102 Guess Road, 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

Rev. C. K. Gardner, 123 OUve Branch Rd. (ch) 

Andy B. Comer, 2419 W. Qub Blvd., 27705 286-1801 

Edwin Clements, 1105 Broad St., 27705 286-1224 



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Fellowship 

Rev. Everette Smith (Chmn), 2100 Chapel HiU Rd., 27707 (ch) 489-2537 

Erwin Allison, 2704 Carver St., 27705 477-3353 

Mrs. H. W. Pickett, Jr., 2919 Friendship Rd., 27705 489-4525 

D. W. Porterfield, Jr., 3128 Gibson Rd., 27703 596-2055 

Everette A. Boone, 616 Midway Ave., 27703 596-2672 

Finance 

Stewart M. Pickett (Chmn), (72), 4310 Malvern Rd., 27707 489-6703 

Eric Shepherd, Jr. (72), 2403 Englewood Ave., 27705 286-9731 

Carlton Harrell (73), 410 Argonne Drive, 27704 477-5369 

Rev. Lawrence Knott (73), 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 (ch) 286-1593 

Charlie Council (74), 511 Spruce St., 27703 682-8238 

Billy Garrett (74), 2304 Barrymore Ave., 27705 477-3058 

Alan Rigsbee, 807 Loraine Ave., 27704 477-1621 

Foundation 

Lindsey Fogleman (Chmn), 505 Knox Street, 27701 682-4837 

Arnold W. Capps, 3523 Sayward Drive, 27707 489-5302 

W. P. Wells, 2205 Wilson Street, 27705 286-1810 

Mrs. D. R. Perry, 1120 IredeU St., 27705 286-4100 

L. O. Branch, 1408 Kent Street, 27707 489-0897 

Institutional 

Mrs. W. J. BroadweU (Chmn), 3629 Hathaway Road, 27707 489-7152 

Mrs. Vernon Weaver, 3009 Shannon Road, 27707 489-3925 

Libraries 
Missions 

Rev. J. B. Buchanan (Chmn), 1517 Clermont Rd., 27707 (ch) 544-1347 

H. W. Pickett, Jr., 2919 Friendship Road, 27705 489-4525 

O. C. Mangum, 2115 Englewood Ave., 27705 286-2394 

Rev. Donald Cooper, 3405 Cheek Rd., 27704 682-8750 

Robert Rummel, 2400 Carver St., 27705 477-5018 

Jerry KeUy, 10 Howe Circle, 27707 544-7034 

Dr. Albert Collier, 401 Brandywine Rd., Chapel Hill, 27514 967-2562 

Nominations 

Rev. Warren Kerr (Chmn), 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707 (ch) 544-1909 

Rev. W. Gattis Perry, HoUoway & Alma Streets, 27703 (ch) 688-4711 

Louis Carver, 1211 Comwallis Rd., 27705 489-5240 

Nan -Evangelicals 

Rev. B. E. White, Jr. (Chmn), 2500 Acadia St., 27704 (ch) 477-749" 

Rev. Robert Bailey, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

Mrs. Z. T. Hampton, 3005 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 489-2035 

Mrs. D. R. Garrett, 503 Everett Place, 27701 682-5919 

Mrs. Richard Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 315, 27703 596-2254 

Ordinations 

Rev. James West (Chmn), 1204 Lynn Rd., 27703 (ch) 596-2592 

Rev. Ray Hodge, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

DaUas Norris, 2002 Woodland Dr., 27704 477-5551 

Rev. R. H. KeUy, Rt. 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-1265 

Rev. Howard Corley, Rt. 5, Box 658, 27704 682-2591 



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Place and Preacher 

W. S. BagweU (Chmn), 226 Pineview Rd., 27707 . . : 489-3152 

Cecil Speagle, 2402 Winburn Rd., 27704 682-6724 

E. B. Weatherspoon, 125 Pinecrest Rd., 27705 489-5266 

Program 

Rev. Crate Jones (Chmn), P. O. Box 11296, 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Rev. Marshall Sargent, Rt. 7, Box 182, 27707 (ch) 489-3425 

Rev. Fred King, 1004 N. Mangum Street, 27701 (ch) 688-6765 

Resolutions 

Mrs. E. B. Britt (Chmn), 2920 Ellis Road, 27703 596-3162 

Mrs. S. E. Dennis, 4010 Cole Mill Rd., 27705 383-1117 

Mrs. Robert Helms, 3410 Duke Homestead Rd., 27704 477-3980 

Stewardship Development 
Student Work 

Rev. R. M. Winecoff (Chmn), Rt. 1, Box 389, 27705 (ch) 383-2982 

W. Grady Thomas, 5223 Revere Rd., 27707 544-2406 

Roy Lowder, 2222 Sparger Rd., 27705 383-3969 

Rev. Clay Warf, 807 W. Chapel HiU St., 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

David May (Chaplain), Box 4351, Duke Station, 27706 286-6097 

Bob Philips (Chaplain), Box 467, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-4266 

Joe Qontz (Chaplain), Box 467, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-4266 

Trustees 

E. Burke Hobgood (Chmn), 207 Murray St., 27704 477-6862 

W. W. Edwards, 3810 Dover Rd., 27707 489-5122 

Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Ave., 27707 489-9881 

Youth Advisory 

Steve Ackerman (Chmn), Box 11296, 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, 27707 544-1859 

Martin Rigsbee, 1506 Ellis Rd., 27703 596-2062 



1972 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



JANUARY 

"Make Your Will Month" 
3-7 Bible Study Week (Job) 
5-7 St. VBS Clinic, Wingate Col. 

9 Witnessing Commitment Day 

10 Assn. Ministers Conf. 
16 Youth CouncU 

18 Assn. Deacons' Night-Calvary 

23 Assn. Acteens-Park View 

23 Baptist Men's Day 

30 Good Neighbor Sunday 



JANUARY 



Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 
1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

2^30 25 26 27 28 29 



FEBRUARY 

"Transfer Church Membership Month 

5 RA Leadership Courses 

6 Bapt. World Alliance Sunday 
7-9 St. Evang. Conf., Fayetteville 

13 Race Relations Sunday 
13-19 WMU Focus Week 

14 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

15 Assn. Board-Westwood 

18 Assn. Mins. S'heart Banquet 

20 Homes for Aging Day 

20 Youth Council 

21 Choral Clinic-Yates 
21 Washington's Birthday 
25-26 St. Missions Conf .-High Point 
28 Regl. Choir Fest. Fal., F.Hills 



FEBRUARY 



Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 



1 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 



MARCH 

"Home Missions Month " 

2- 4 Regl. Educ. Conf.-Caiaway 

3 Regl. Choir Fest., Ral., Emman. 

3- 4 Day Camp Wkshop., Mundo Vista 

4 Regl. Choir Fest., Durham, Watts 
5-12 Week Prayer for Home Missions 

12 Home Missions Day in S. S. 
12-19 Youth Week 

13 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

14-16 St. WMU Annual Session-Winston 
Salem 

18 Assn. Youth Rally -Civic Center 
20-21 C. T. Ad. Ldrshp. Wkshop, -Fay- 
etteville 

24-25 St. Men/Boy Bro. Conv., Raleigh, 
1st 

26-3 1 "Spireno " Crusade 



MA R C H 

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 



12 3 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 



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APRIL 

"Life Commitment & 
Ch urch Voca tions Mon th ' ' 
2 Easter Sunday 

6- 8 RegL Library Clinic, SE Seminary 

7- 8 St. Youth HandbeO Fest., Greens- 

boro 

10 Assn. Bapt. Young Women-Cresset 

10 Assn. Ministers Conf. 
10-16 Jewish Fellowship Week 

11 Assn. VBS Clinics-Grace 

13 Family Life Conference-Oxford 
15 Assn. Youth Rally-Yates 
15 St. Child. Choir Fest., Ral., H-Bar- 
ton 

14-15 Bapt. Women Conf .-Winston Salem 

15 WMC "Welcoming Missionaries" 

16 Cooperative Program Day 
16-19 Assn. World Missions Conf. 

17 Jewish Passover 

21-22 Stwd. Youth Celebration, Raleigh, 
Reynolds Coliseum 

22 Assn. R. A. Track Meet-Durham 
High 

23 Assn. Acteens-Durham Memorial 
23 Life Commitment Sunday 
24-28 Church Ldrshp. Training Week 

25 Assn. WMU Annual Meeting-First 

28- 29 Weekend RA Camp, Caraway 

29- 30 Family Camping Weekend-Caraway 
30 Assn. Youth "Concert of Choirs"- 

Yates Camp 



Sun iVion Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 

1 

2 3 4 5 € 7 8 
9 10 1112 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
24 25 26 27 28 29 



MAY 

"Hospital Ministries & Vocations" 
2 Assn. C. T. Tourn. Elimination- 

Bethesda 

5-6 AU-State Youth Choir Fest., W. 
Salem 

5-6 Weekend RA Camp-Caraway 

5-7 Family Camping Weekend-Caraway 

7- 14 Christian Home Week 

8- 9 Assn. Realife Clinic-Grey Stone 
12-13 Bapt. Women Retreat-Mundo Vista 

14 Baptist Hospital Day & Mother's 
Day 

15 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

15-16 St. Evang., Communications & 
Admin. Wkshop, -Greensboro 

16 Assn. Board-Mt. Hermon 
19-20 Baptist Women Retreat-M. Vista 
19-21 Tchrs. Conf., Deaf-Caraway 

20 Assn. Youth Rally-Ang. Ave. 

20 State RA Track Meet 

21 Baptist Radio & TV Sunday 



MAY 



Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 
1 2 3 4 5 6 
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 



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23 Assn. Ladies Night-First 
26-28 Assn. RA Campout 

29 Memorial Day 

JUNE 

4-5 WMU Annual Meet., Phil., Pa. 

6- 8 SBC, Phil., Pa. 

10 St. Script. Explor. Drill Finals 

1 1 Religious Liberty Sunday 

12 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

12 RA Camps begjn-Caraway 
12 GA Camps begjn-Mundo Vista 

17 Assn. Youth Rally 

1 7-1 8 Young Married Retreat-M. Vista 

18 Baptist College Day and Fathers 
Day 

JULY 

3-7 Week Christian Study and Fellow- 
ship-Mars Hill 

7- 8 Bapt. Y. Women Retreat-M. Vista 

9 Christian Literature Day 

10 Assn. Ministers Conf. 
15 Yates Missions Fair 

17 Acteen Camps begin-Mundo Vista 

18 Assn. Board-Lowes Grove 
23 Assn. Acteens-Mt. Moriah 
28-30 CoUege Career Retreat-M. Vista 

30 Good Neighbor Sunday 

AUGUST 

5 Assn. Youth Rally 

14 Assn. Ministers Conf. 
18 Stwde. Youth Evang. Nite-Greens- 
boro 

19- 20 Assn. RA Campout to mountains 
20 On-To-College Day 

20- 27 Week of Prayer for Assn. Missions 
25-26 St. Wkshop, WMU Idrs., Mundo 

Vista 

SEPTEMBER 

"Church Program Launching Month " 
4 Labor Day 

8- 9 St. Retreat, Bro. Ldrs.-Caraway 

8-9 St. Wkshop. Assn. WMU-Mundo 
Vista 

9 Jewish New Year 

1 1 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

11,12,14 Assn. WMU Ldrshp.Wkshop.-G. 
Stone 

17 State Missions Day 

18 Interfaith Conf., Raleigh Area 

18 Yom Kippur 

19 Assn. People-to-People Program 
19 Assn. Board-Homestead Heights 



J JU N E 

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 
12 3 
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
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J UJ. Y 

Su n Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat^ 
1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
25 26 27 28 29 



AUGUST 

Sun Mon t ue Wed Thu Fri S at 
1 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 



SEPT EMBER 

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 
1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
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22-23 Bapt. Men Retreat-Caraway 

24- Oct. 1 Church Launching Week 

25- 26 Assn. Realife Conferences in Chur- 

ches 

26 Assn. S.S. Leadership Wkshop.- 
Edgemont 

29-30 C.T. Festival of Arts and Leader- 
ship Conf., Greensboro, First 



OCTOBER 

3 Assn. Bro. Ldrs. Wkshop-Ebenezer 

6-7 Father-Son (ages 6-8) Camp for 

RAs-Caraway 

6-8 St. BYW Conv.-Raleigh, F.HiUs 

8 Biblical Recorder Day 

9 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

9 Columbus Day 

10 Assn. C.T. Ldrs. Wkshop-Ephesus 
13-15 St. Deacons Retreat-Caraway 

14 Regl. RA Ldrshp Cses.-G*boro 

15 Assn. Hymn Sing-Guess Road 

16 Assn. BYW-Lakewood 

17 Assn. Board-University 

22 Assn. Acteens-Temple 

23 Veterans Day 

29 Good Neighbor Sunday 

NOVEMBER 

5-1 1 Royal Ambassador Week 

7 Election Day 

11 Assn. RA Conclave 

12 American Bible Society Day 
13-15 Baptist State Conv.-W. Salem 

19 Child Care Day 

20 Assn. Ministers Conf. 

21 Assn. Board-Mt. Carmel 
23 Thanksgiving 

27 Assn. Evangelism Emphasis 



OCTOBER 



Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 



1 2 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 31 



NO VEJVIBE^ 

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 
1 2 3 4 
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 



DECEMBER 

"Foreign Missions Month " 

I Hanukkah 

3-10 Week of Prayer, Foreign Missions 

10 Foreign Missions Day in S.S. 

II Assn. Ministers Conf. 

20 Convention-Wide Carol Sing 

25 Christmas 

31 Interfaith Watchnight 

31 Student Night at Christmas 



DECElVi BER 

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 
1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
25 26 27 28 29 30 



Places of meetings listed are tentative and 
subject to change. 

Hease watch for changes of dates, meetings, 
and places as publicized in the Associational 
NEWS. 



ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 



Angier Avenue: Jack Beckwith, Mrs. Lois Cannada, Vance Fisher, Mrs. Vance Fisher, 
Everette Freeman, Preston Hall, Tim Holleman, Fred Rhodes, Claiborne Ross, Mrs. Martha 
Rowland, Miss Ruby Lee Tyndall and Paul Watkins. 
Bells: Mrs. James Horton, 
Berea: Mrs. W. C. Barbee. 

Bethesda: D. J. Booth, Dean Brooks, Mrs. Kay Brooks, Carl W. Brown, James W. Carlton, A. 
R. (Al) Childress, Robby Qayton, Billy Farrell, Bob Grigston, Mitzi Howerton, Robert Kerr, 
Johnny Rose. 

Braggtown: Russell Baldwin, Edwin Clements, Ralph Cooke, R. D. Holleman, Mrs. R. D, 
Holleman, Tim Stevens, Jack Tilley, George Trout, and Rev. Douglas West. 
Calvary: Don C. Christian, Merle Edmonds, Robert Hall, Mrs. Gail Hudson, James Hutchins, 
J. L. Jackson and Mrs. Margaret Michael. 

Canboro: Mrs. Maude Brooks, Fred Chamblee, Aubrey Harward, Raymond Frank Johnson, 
James Jones, Frances Latta, Grey B. Moody, Josie Perry and Donald W. Rogers. 
Cedar Fork: J. Edwin Couch and Mrs. Hazel Evans. 

Cheek Heights: Mrs. Nettie Lassiter, Ted Moose, Mrs. Ted Moose, and Mrs. Dorothy Pulley. 
Cresset: William E. Byrd, Jr., Jesse T. Cole, Mrs. Jesse T. Cole, Marshall Mangum, Ruth 
Mangum, Flora Pickett, H. W. Pickett, Jr., George H. Rogers and Bob Weatherby. 
Durham Memorial: W. E. Andrews, Mrs. Vila Chappell, R. T. Foushee, Mrs. Jean Howerton, 
Fletcher King, Wallace L. Lawson, Mrs. Rosa Lee Medlin, Darrell H. Merchant, Jr., Lewis S. 
Teasley, Cecil Vaughan, Clina Wheeler and Thomas Wheeler. 

Ebenezer: OUie A. Ball, Erwin Dillehay, Ann Ferrell, Julain Garrard, Sam D. Riley, Robert 
F. Walker and Ray Wilkins. 

Edgemont: Tommy Blackley, Miss Brenda Coffield, Rone Davis, Mrs. L. D. Harward, O. A. 
Johnson, Mrs. Tressie Nichols, W. B. Rogers and Mrs. A. F. Warren. 

Ephesus: Gordon M. Pope, J. P. Riggsbee, Thomas Smith, Alvin TiUman, R. K. Witherspoon, 

Arnold W. Capps, Mrs. Brodie W. Clark, Mrs. I. B. Davenport and HaUie Harrison. 

Faith: Charles Gardner, James B. Lee, Wayne Markham and LiUie G. Tucker. 

Fieldcrest: Thomas Ellis, Charles Howell, William RUey, Phillip Stinnett and Cathryne 

Weaver. 

First: W. J. Broadwell, Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, A. B. Comer, Mrs. A. B. Comer, David Garrett, 
Mrs. David Garrett, Mrs. S. F. Griffiths, Leath Johnson, John Laverty, Mrs. John Laverty, E. 
T. Newton, Jr., Virgil G. Watkins and J. S. Wiggins. 

Gorman: W. C. Clark, Sam Crabtree, E. H. Denny, B. L. Fuller, Tom King, R. T. Strange, 
Harvey Wall and Roy Woodard. 

Grace: W. W. Edwards, Mrs. W. W. Edwards, Mrs. Travis Hall, Mrs. Fred A. King, Mrs. F. B. 
Phillips, D. W. Porterfield, Mrs. D. W. Porterfield and J. S. Sherrill. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. Lessis S. Agner, R. D. Beard, Garland Bryant, P. G. Bryant, Sr., Elmo 
Clayton, Mrs. John Freeman, Charles E. McKinnon, Malcolm M. Moore, C. E. Shepherd, Jim 
Staples, Mrs. J. E. Strawbridge, Allene Suitt and Carl C. Wallace. 

Guess Road: Miss Peggy Clayton, Mrs. Person Earp, Edward B. Goehring, Eldon Gunter, 
Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, Ellis Perry, Sr., Mrs. Ruth Perry, David R. Pierceall, Bob Rummel, 
Malcolm Smith and Donald W. Wethington. 

Holloway Street: Paul H. Babinec, E. C. Batchelor, Ted Dunnagan, A. R. Gardner, Mrs. 
Gertrude Hayes, Roy D. Holmes, Tyson M. Kirk, Mrs. Ruth Lunsford, L. C. Morton, Wayne 
Nutt, Wesley T. Satterwhite, James H. Wiggins, and Ruth Woodall. 

Homestead Heights: Harold Moore, Hurley M. Mulkey, Harry Phares, Ray Rogers and J. W. 
Warren. 

Hope Valley: C. R. Andrews, James Fleshman, Steve Kelly, Ralph Lewter, Jesse Parrish, 
Eddie TaUey and S. Eric Tyler. 

Immanuel: Mrs. Doris Brown, Wilbur Evans, Vernon Griffin, Wallace Long, Edgar Morgan 
and Richard Pool. 



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Lake wood: Dwaine Coley, Mrs. Florence Gunter, Cecil Howard, Mrs. Frances Howard, Fred 
Pendley, Joe Rigsbee and Oma Lee Smith. 

Lowe's Grove: James Barringer, Paul Dismuke, Clarence Gilmore, Fred Hemdon, Miss 
Nannie Mae Hemdon, Robert Hurst, Mrs. Robert Hurst, Billy Ross, Mrs. Belle Shipp, 
Maurice Shipp and Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver. 

Lystra: Leon C. Cheek, Vivian Cole, Hubert Oakley and Margie Oldham. 

Mount Carmel: Ralph L. Blackwood, Mrs, Ralph L. Blackwood, Sr., Mrs. R. H. Kelly, Mrs. 

E. G. Merritt, Mrs. S. T, Noell, Sr., Martin Sparrow, Vernon S. Sparrow and Nancy S. 

Staton. 

Mount Gilead: Roy A. Morris, Mrs. Roy A. Morris, Mrs. A. H. Senter, John S. Strowd and 
Mrs. John S. Strowd. 

Mount Hermon: Grover Clayton, Mrs. Grover Qayton, Mrs. Carlton Couch, Mrs. Billy 
Dorrity, William T. Dorrity, Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Arthur R. Holmes and Doris E. Holmes. 
Mount Moriah: Mrs. Carrie Brown, Mrs. Annie Carroll, Clyde Carroll, Jr., Mrs. Mabel Carroll, 
Mrs. Nettie Crabtree, Mrs. Sadie Crabtree and Troy Wilkins. 

Mount Pisgah: J. E. Booth, C. E. Byrd, Qyde Farrell, Fallie Farrell, Mrs. Lillian Horton, 
Mrs. Lucille Y. Horton and Mrs. Elizabeth S. Woods. 

Olive Branch: Mrs. W. L. Currin, Mrs. R. L. Hill, Alice H. Lipe, Amerith Owen and George 
W. Ray. 

Page Road: James C. Grain, Mrs. O. C. Mitchell, Jr., Dorothy Page, H. E. Page, W. E. 
Stinnett and Mrs. Edith Woody. 

Park View: Carlton Harrell, Hubert F, McDonald, Rodney Franklin McDonald, Coy 
McLean, Jack W. Palmer and Mike Rogers. 

Parkwood: Jackie D. Bryant, BiU Kirby, Richard C. Griffin, William G. Thomas, William A. 
Weed, Jr. and Kirby E. Wooton. 

Plainview: Elizabeth Cleary, Ann Johnson, Tony McLean and Ruth Preddy. 

Red Mountain: Betty Lou Ellis, Sidney W. Ellis, William Thomas Ellis, A. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. 

A. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. Clarence Randolph and Otha Taylor. 

Ridgecrest: C. E. Andrews, Mrs. C. E. Andrews, J. B. Cash and Mrs. J. B. Cash. 

Rose of Sharon: Boyd Browning, Jesse Evans, Barbara Garrard, William Garrard, Waittous S. 

Rhew and C. W. Terry. 

Temple: Mrs. Robert G. Dunnagon, Charles W. Ethridge, Mrs. Charles W. Ethridge, Miss 
Vangie M. Horton, Mrs. Linwood McCuUers, D. R. Perry, Mrs. D. R. Perry, Alan Rigsbee, 
Francis E. Walker, Mrs. Francis E. Walker, Philip M. Ward, Mrs. Philip Ward and Clay Warf. 
Trinity: Marie Faucette, Shirley Freeman, George Dillon, and Billy R. O'Briant. 
University: James R. Abemathy, Mrs. Nancy Boynton, Mrs. R. B. Daughan, R. L. Hardison, 
Charles W. Midkiff, John W. Rasi, J. Carl Seymour, Paul E. Shearin, Mrs. Paul E. Shearin, 
David L. Sherk, Harold C. Smith, B. B. Sparrow and Helen N. Turlington. 
Watts Street: E, Spurgeon Booth, Jr., Gary C. Cole, Hugh Dover, Mrs. Hugh Dover, Floyd 
Fletcher, Kenneth Harrell, Paul Jacokes, Mrs. E. Qyde Johnson, Horton Poe, Coohdge 
Porterfield, Roger Upchurch, and Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr. 

Westwood: Eloise Autry, Tom Davis, Walter L. Lakes, Charles Eubanks, Mrs. R. L. Garrard, 
and Mrs. Milton Roberson. 

Yates: Steve Ackerman, Bob Cunningham, Colon W. Dollar, Mrs. Colon W. Dollar, W. A. 
Dula, Mrs. Jewel B. Harper, Mrs. W. J. McGhee, B. Ray Olive, Mrs. Sarah Jane Olive, Mrs. 
Phillip Pickett, Mrs. E. P. Sneed, A. B. Stone, Jr., John M. Stubbings, and B. W. Wheeler. 



VISITORS 

Ada Ball, Carolyn Beard, E. B. Britt, Mrs. E. B. Britt, Mrs. Doris Bullock, Mrs. W. B. 
Chamblee, John M. Cheek, Edith W. Qayton, Nancy Coley, Ralph R. Cooke, Grady 
Dickerson, Mrs. Emma Dodd, J. Clyde Dodson, Henry Drane, Phyllis Drane, Geneva Dyer, 
Mrs. Walter Lakes, John T. Edwards, Hazel Estes, Mrs. A. D. Frazier, Susan Freeman, Louise 
Garrard, Rudell Garrard, Mrs. O. F. Garris, Mrs. Edna Goss, Alonzo Gregory, W. W, Griffin, 
Mrs. W. W. Griffin, Mrs. Lois Harder, Lula Hayes, Bennett Honeycutt, Pearl Honeycutt, L. 
L. Husketh, Nancy Jacokes, Mrs. Crate Jones, Mrs. Hugh King, Jenny Lee, Joe Lee, Olin 
Looney, Mrs. Carrie McGuinn, Mrs. R. L. Mallard, Harold S. Marsh, Mrs. John R. Martin, 



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Mrs. S. L. Martin, Mrs. Grady Mason, Shelby Mathews, H. D. Maynard, Jr., Irma Merchant, 
Bruce Moore, Dorothy Morris, Janet Morris, Fannie Norris, Claude Pendergraft, Mrs. Claude 
Pendergrapt, Marti Perry, E. M. Pickard, Raymond M. Proctor, Aubrey Quakenbush, Mrs. C. 
W. Riggsbee, Mrs. Joe Rigsbee, Mrs. Ray Rogers, Mrs. Marshall Sargent, V. A. Shore, Jr., 
Mrs. R. F. Smith, Jr., R. Ted Staton, A. L. Tucker, Mrs. J. W. Warren, Joseph V. Watterson, 
Qair Wilkins, Mrs. K. Williams, Mrs. Robert Winecoff and M. T. Yates. 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Chip Alsobrooks, Paul Alverson, Robert W. BaUey, Russell Barbee, Jerreal B. Buchanan, 
Malcolm Cadd, Roy E. Capehart, Nelson L. Chambers, Nels Falk, J. Allison Fogleman, A. D. 
Frazier, John A. Freeman, Ray K. Hodge, Ernest Holt, Parker S. Hooper, Jim Jackson, Crate 
Jones, R. H. Kelly, Warren E. Kerr, Fred A. King, L. H. Knott, Robert E. McClemon, 
William Marler, Ned Matthews, Julian M. Motley, John A. Oldham, W. Gattis Perry, 
Rudolph R. Pulley, Qarence Randolph, Marshall E. Sargent, Fred Senter, Everette J. Smith, 
Malbert Smith, R. F. Smith, Sherill Stevens, Henry E. Turlington, James E. West, B. E. 
White, Jr., Russell L. Wimmer, Bob Winecoff. 



CONSTITUTION 

Revised 1971 



Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly means for 
the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and 
adjacent territories which support the programs of tilie Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the 'Baptist Faith and Message' with 
its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and function of 
confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life as adopted by the Southern 
Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement From "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or small, for 
the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others concerning those articles 
of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. They are not intended to add 
anything to the simple conditions of the salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz., 
repentance towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any quality 
of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should hold themselves free 
to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small have the inherent right to draw up for 
themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they may think it 
advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures of the 
Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, having no authority 
over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, and are 
not to be used to hamper freedom of thougjit or investigation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers from 
cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and the regular 
elected officers of the Association and members of the Associational Board which are in 
agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not in session this Association shall 
be comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the Associational Board 
in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Association and 
at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly certified in the 
following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof and one for each additional 
hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers shall not exceed 
ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, in 
addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members of 
churches of this Association shaU be seated as voting messengers at any Associational 
meeting. 



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Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to the 
Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving evidence of their 
faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare of the Association. 
Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval of the Association by a 
two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church or churches shall be 
received under watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is understood that 
during the period of watchcare such churches will be accorded all the services of the 
Association and all its privileges v^dth the exception of the right to seat voting messengers 
and to voting representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of 
watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received 
into full fellowship of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the request for 
fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be 
authorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting members on the 
Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine months and 
by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to withdraw fellowship from 
any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox principles of the Christian religion as 
taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists, or that fails to represent itself either by 
messenger or letter at the annual session of the Association without sufficient reason, or 
that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in 
particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its pleasure. 
Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the church, the 
Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or representatives, seek to 
restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and shall have 
no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may advise with 
cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefuhiess for their adoption, and may 
claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion 
may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach the Associational 
Qerk at least ten days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually on Tuesday and Wednesday after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive 
days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings called, 
by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating churches. 

Article VIIL FISCAL YEAR 
The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January First and end on December 
thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Qerk, 
Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, and such others as may be authorized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affihated with the Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any position 
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Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the first session of the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during 
which they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless 
removed for cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except the Moderator, 
who may not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association and 
begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be authorized by 
the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve order, and exercise all 
prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve as Chairman 
of the Associational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice-Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his absence. 

Section 7. The Qerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, 
superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed Minutes 
and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary of the Associational 
Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, and 
shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associational Board, 
and shaU make regular reports to the Associational Board and an annual report to the 
Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's records and attest his annual report to 
the Association. 

Section 10. The Historian shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to 
be included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers and 
representatives, the leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary 
Union, Brotherhood and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the 
Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each 
member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the 
Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The members of the State General Board from our association and the B.S.U. 
Chaplains of Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shall be 
invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. The Associational Board shall act for 
the Association in the interim between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and 
will of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual 
performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers and 
committees of the Association and on the Associational Board that may occur during the 
year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of the 
officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Trainmg, Woman's Missionary 
Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Activities, Camp, Finance, and Missions 
Committee, and the Superintendent of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational Board, 
work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, interpret policy as 
needed by the Superintendent of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of the 
associational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board or of the Association, a 
Superintendent of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The 
committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association may 
direct. 

ARTICLE XI. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the Standing Committees listed below, along with any other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These Committees, 
shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports of the 



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work to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committees 
shall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating with the Association 
and are subject to re-election provided that in no case any person shall serve on the same 
committee longer than three years in succession. The Moderator and the Superintendent of 
Missions shall be considered ex-officio members of all Standing Committees. 

(1) THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composes of three members, 
whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place of meeting of the annual 
session for the following year, and to recommend to the Association in annual session, a 
place or places of meeting, along with a preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the 
following year. 

(2) THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, one of whom 
shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the Committee shaU be elected for a term 
of three years with two members elected each year on a rotating basis. 

This Committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, re-present a 
definite budget at the February Board Meeting and devise plans for raising the budget. It 
shall also review applications from churches for state mission funds for presentation to the 
Associational Board. 

(3) THE ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE shaU be composed of three members with the 
Sunday School Superintendent, the Church Training Director, the W.M.U. Director, the 
Brotherhood Director, the Music Director and the President of the Ministers' Conference, 
serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty of this committee to plan and recommend 
to the annual session of the association a program of activities for the coming year. 

(4) THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members, whose duty it 
shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of the Association. 

(5) THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, whose duty it 
shall be to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within the boundaries of the 
Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the location of 
sites and the purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the organization 
of such churches as might be authorized, to review for the Finance Committee applications 
from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the duty of this Committee to study the 
applications of churches seeking admission into the Association and to make 
recommendations regarding the same. 

(6) THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members who shaU 
cooperate with the State Chairman of Evangehsm in the promotion of approved evangelistic 
efforts within the Association. It shall encourage evangelism in the churches, and shall help 
provide evangelistic services in unchurched areas within the boundaries of the Association. 

(7) THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shaU be composed of five members who shall 
act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students seeking counsel 
concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examination of candidates for the 
ministry only after their call to some specific position in Christian service, and shall refrain 
from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of the candidate. 

(8) THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose 
duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its cooperating churches and 
individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic righteousness and social uplift, 
and to provide educational opportunities for keeping our people informed in these areas. 

(9) THE FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE shaU be composed of five members whose duty it 
shall be to promote a good relationship between pastors and churches, and upon request aid 
in an advisory capacity any church where the fellowship is endangered, making such 
recommendations as seem advisable both to the church and to the Association. 

(10) THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing og time, to 
promote programs of religious and of denominational interest and to encourage the 
churches to use the media of radio and television. 

(11) THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members whose 
duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution and bring reports as 
necessary to the Association. 



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(12) THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members whose 
duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Association or the Associational 
Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual Meeting. 

(13) THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members, whose 
duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all general officers and 
representatives authorized herein or by the Association (except the Superintendent of 
Missions as heretofore provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval and to 
the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Church Training, and Music Council. This committee will receive from 
the five organizational committees and present for approval at the February Board meeting 
the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the five organizations shall be 
presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general and 
organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in the 
offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

(14) THE AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS COMMITTEE shaU be composed of five members, 
whose duty it shall be to promote the purchase of Audio- Visual equipment by the churches, 
encourage the use of suitable tapes, shdes, film-strips, motion pictures, etc., in the churches 
and recommend the acquiring of the same for the Associational library when it seems wise 
and financially possible. It also shall be responsible for producing Audio- Visual materials of 
the activities of the Association for use in the cooperating churches within the limitations of 
the annual budget. 

(15) THE LIBRARIES COMMITTEE shaU be composed of five members, whose duty it 
shall be to encourage the estabhshing of libraries in the churches, advise with church 
librarians in purchasing and properly cataloging the books and stimulating their circulation. 

It shall also guide and promote the development of an Associational Library of books of 
permanent value to the Associational Leadership and/or the development of Church 
Libraries. 

(16) THE CAMP COMMITTEE shaU be composed of seven members whose duty it shall 
be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice and consent of the 
Associational Board. 

(17) THE TRUSTEES shall be three in number and shall be the representatives of the 
Association in legal matters, and shall perform such duties as the Association or the 
Associational Board may prescribe. 

(18) THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of nine members, 
including the chaplains of the Baptist Student Unions at Duke University and the University 
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate 
with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within 
the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

(19) THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be conposed of nine 
members, including the Woman's Missionary Society Director and the Mission Action 
Leader of Brotherhood, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the Association such as 
UUteracy, alcoholism and narcotic addiction, juvenile delinquency, unwed mothers, the 
economically disadvantaged; encourage churches to provide ministries to meet these needs; 
enlist and offer training for those with interest in these area; organize and lead the churches 
cooperatively in some specific area(s) when wise and possible. 

(20) THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES shall be composed of five members, whose 
duty it shall be to select and nominate persons for the standing committees at the annual 
meeting, and nominate successors when vacancies occur during the year. 

(21) THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose duty it 
shall be to suggest to the Activities Committee meetings for information and/or inspiration 
in the interest of past, present, and future deacons. 

(22) THE FOUNDATION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members, whose duty 
it shall be to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of their 
possessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational objects. 



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(23) THE NON-EVANGELICALS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed as to the beliefs, 
attitudes, customs of the world non-Christian reUgions, the sects, Cathohcism, Judaism, and 
foster a better relationship with adherents of these groups. 

ARTICLE XII. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members present and 
voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from any 
cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those churches desiring to cooperate 
with the Association. In called meetings of the Association and the Associational Board, a 
number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute 
a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He shall 
confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall avoid all personalities. 
No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shaU be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at his 
request, ready by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the Program 
Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When adopted this report shall 
become the program and cannot be changed except by vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of Robert's "Rules of Order." 

ARTICLE XIII. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or the part of 
the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association or Associational 
Board (by wliichever body it is being voted on) present and voting. 

ARTICLE XIV. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon 
affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the proposed 
revisions shall have been presented in writing to tiie Associational Board prior to the Annual 
Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first day of the Annual Meeting, with the 
approval vote being taken on the second day. 



PROCEEDINGS 
of the 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

October 25,26,27, 1971 

First Day's Session with the 
Grey Stone Baptist Church 

Second Day's Session with the 
Edgemont Baptist Church 



MONDAY EVENING, October 25, 1971 
7:30 O'clock 

1. The Twenty-third Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association opened by singing 
"Come Thou Almi^ty King". This was led by John T. Laverty with Jim Staples at the 
organ and Frances Dorrity at the piano. 

2. The Reverend Nek Falk, pastor of the Mount Pisgali Baptist Church, read the opening 
scripture from Philippians 2:3-16. The pastor of Red Mountain Baptist Church, Reverend 
Qarence Randolph, led in prayer. 

3. The moderator, Reverend Ned Mathews, called the session to order and recognized the 
chairman of the program committee. Reverend Aubrey Quakenbush. 

4. Mr. Quakenbush presented the printed program and moved that this with any 
necessary changes be the order of business for these sessions; and that those duly elected 
messengers registered constitute the Twenty-third Annual Session of the Yates Baptist 
Association. This was seconded and approved. 

5. The Reverend Everette Smith, pastor of Lakewood Baptist Church, recognized those 
present on the following list, who are new personnel in the association since October 1, 
1970: Pastors: Ronald L. Davis, Pleasant HiU; Parker S. Hooper, Ephesus; Clarence 
Randolph, Red Mountain; R. R. Pulley, Cheek Heights; Paul Alverson, Bells; Glenn Whitley, 
Cedar Fork; Charles Gardner, OUve Branch; Nelson Chamber, Rose of Sharon and Fred A. 
King, Grace. Associate Ministers: Qay Warf, Temple; Assistant to Pastors and Ministers of 
Youth: Chip Alsobrooks, Carrboro. Minister of Music: Mrs. John M. Snyder, Braggtown; Al 
Martin, Temple; Charles Benfield, Bethesda; Robert Russell, Yates; Gary Rochelle, 
Holloway St.; M. M. Merridith, Grace; Minister of Music for Youth; Qyde Buckner, Mount 
Hermon; Music Youth Associate: Miss Cathy Blackwood, Calvary; Minister of 
Education-Music- Youth: Dwaine Coley, Lakewood; Minister of Youth: Albert Bell, Grace; 
James Rast, University; Miss Cathy Jones, Holloway Street; and Joe Erriggton, Homestead 
Heights. 

6. The moderator recognized Reverend Russell Barbee, Chairman of the Special 
Constitution Committee, to present his report on the proposed constitutional changes. 

7. Mr. Barbee referred to the special called meeting of the association in February. (The 
minutes of this called meeting of the association in February will foUow the proceedings of 
this annual session.) Mr. Barbee then called on members of his committee to read from the 
report the action taken by his committee. W. J. Broadwell read the proposed changes in 



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article 2; Bill Byrd read the proposed changes in article 3; Mr. Barbee pointed out the 
articles of Faith as adopted by the Kansas City Convention of 1963 were not included in the 
printed report, but referred to; and reported that this committee recommended that these 
articles of faith be printed as a part of article 3 in our annual minutes. Mr, Barbee read 
article 4 and section 2, section 4, section 5 and section 6. Mr. Eric Shepherd read article 5. 
Mr. Barbee read the proposed changes in article 6. Reverend Julian Motley read the 
additional sentence inserted in article 14 section 3 concerning only persons who have been 
baptised by immersion holding office in the association. 

8. Mr. Barbee moved the adoption of this report and the changes made in the 
constitution. This was seconded by Eric Shepherd. 

9. Reverend Malbert Smith moved to cut off debate. Seconded by Reverend Gattis 
Perry. Vote for 205 - vote against 135 Motion Failed. 

10. Reverend B. E. White, Jr. made a substitute motion that the words "are in agreement 
with articles of faith adopted by this association and which are in general agreement and" be 
deleted from article 2 and that the words "the articles of faith adopted by this association 
and" be deleted from article 4. Seconded and approved. 

11. Mr. White then made a substitute motion that article 3 read: "The confession of 
faith of this association shall be the 'Baptist Faith and Message' with its five-point statement 
of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and function of confessions of faith in our 
reUgious and denominational life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at 
Kansas City" Seconded and approved. 

12. Dr. Henry Turlington referring to article 6 moved that the additional sentence: 
"Only persons who have been baptised by immersion may be reported as members on these 
reports" be deleted from the report. This was Seconded by Dr. D. R. Perry. 

13. Motion to extend the time for debate failed for lack of a second. 

14. Vote on Dr. Turlington's motion: for 121 - against 220. Motion not approved. 

15. Vote on proposed constitutional changes as amended was taken, vote for 278 - 
against 76. Motion approved. 

16. John Qayton read from articles 5 and 6: "the association shall have no power to 
infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches" and "only persons who have been 
baptised by immersion may be reported as members on these reports". Mr. Qayton 
observed that this was a constitutional question on conflict of the constitution and an 
infringement on the individual church rights. 

17. The moderator ruled that this is essentially a constitutional matter and not a 
violation of our constitution and that it does not infringe as it has just been passed on the 
internal rights of the individual churches. Since it does not tell them they cannot count their 
own members; it just tells them that we will not count some of them. That's the autonomy 
of the association. 

1 8. The question was raised as to the validity of the vote just taken on the first session 
on the proposed constitutional changes. The moderator ruled that action taken by the 
association is in order and that it is consistent with article 28. 

19. Hymn "Amazing Grace" was led by John T. Laverty. 

20. The Reverend Warren Kerr, pastor of the Hope Valley Baptist Church, read Scripture 
and led in prayer. 

21. The Associational Choir sang "Once to Every Man and Nation", by David York. 

22. The annual sermon was given by the Reverend Crate Jones, pastor of the Angier 
Avenue Baptist Church, His sermon topic was "Seeing Jesus". 

23. Hymn, "We Would See Jesus", was sung by the congregation. 

24. The benediction was pronounced by the Reverend James West, Pastor of Calvary. 



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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1971 
Edgemont Baptist Church 
Evening Session 

25. The evening session was called to order by the Vice-Moderator, John Qayton. 

26. John T. Laverty led the Association in singing, "O, Worship the King" with Kenneth 
Hairell at the organ and Frances Dorrity at the piano. 

27. The Scripture was read by the Reverend R. R. Pulley, Pastor of Cheek Heights 
Baptist Church, reading chapter 13 from First Corinthians. 

28. The Reverend Roy Capehart, Pastor of Carrboro Baptist Church, led in prayer. 

29. The Associational Choir sang, "God of Grace and God of Glory" by 
Fosdick-Langston . 

30. The Reverend Ray K. Hodge , Chairman of the Nominating Committee, moved the 
election of the general officers of the Association and the organizations' officers. Seconded 
by Robert Holleman and approved. 

31. W. J. Broadwell, Chairman of the Committee on Committees, moved the election of 
the Committees presented. Seconded by Robert Holleman and approved. 

32. Marshall Sargent, Chairman of the Place and Preacher Committee, moved the 
adoption of his report. Seconded by Robert Holleman and approved. 

33. Charles Mickey moved the adoption of the Activities Committee report in the 
absence of the Chairman of this committee. This was seconded and approved. 

34. Hurley Mulkey presented the financial goals and moved the adoptions of the report. 
This was seconded by John Laverty and approved. 

35. Malcolm Cadd presented the Sunday School report and moved its adoption. Second- 
ed by Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon and approved. 

36. John T. Laverty moved the adoption of the Music Report. This was seconded and 
approved. 

37. Mrs. V. J. Chance presented the W.M.U. Report and moved it be adopted. This was 
seconded and approved. 

38. Bruce Little presented the Brotherhood Report and moved its adoption. This was 
seconded and approved. 

39. Miss Naimie Mae Hemdon, outgoing Church Training Director, presented the Church 
Training Report and moved its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

40. The Moderator recognized the Superintendent of Mission, H. S. Mumford, who 
introduced the newly elected Church Training Direcotr, Parker S. Hooper. Mr. Mumford 
then presented a plaque to Miss Hemdon in appreciation of her twenty-one years service to 
the Association as Training Union Director. The Association gave Miss Hemdon a standing 
ovation of thanks. 

41. John T. Laverty led the congregation in singing "I Serve A Risen Saviour" and 
"Amazing Grace". 

42. The Reverend Julian Motley presented the Evangelism Committee Report and moved 
its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

43. Steve Ackerman presented the Youth Council Committee Report and moved its 
adoption. Seconded by Bob Cunnin^am and approved. 

44. A. B. Stone, Jr., presented the Camp Committee Report and moved its adoption. 
This was seconded and approved. 

45. Malcolm Cadt presented the Christian Social Ministries Committee Report and 
moved its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

46. Ned Matthews presented the Associational Board report and moved its adoption 
along with other reports printed in the Book of Advance Reports not already adopted. This 
was seconded and approved. 

47. Mrs. John Freeman read the Resolutions Committee Report and moved its adoption. 
This was seconded and approved. 

48. Superintendent of Missions, Hubert S. Mumford, presented a plaque to Dr. D. R. 
Perry, recipient of the Lay Leader Award for his fine contributions to the Association over 
the years. 



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49. The Reverend Ray K. Hodge moved that the Association in the Twenty-third Annual 
Session, communicate with the Moderators of the Associations in Moore and Mecklenburg 
counties, letting them know of our prayerful support of them in their struggle with the 
Liquor-by-the Drink issues, now pending in their Associations. This was seconded and 
approved. 

50. The new Moderator, John Qayton, reported on the inspirational meeting to 
conclude these Annual Sessions on Wednesday evening at the Civic Center. 

51. The Moderator asked for a season of prayer to close the Annual Session of the 
Association. He called on the Reverend Robert Winecoff to close. 

52. The Reverend Paul Alverson pronounced the benediction, adjourning the 
twenty-third Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association. 



The Following are the Minutes of the Special Call Session of the Yates Baptist Association 
held February 23, 1971, 7:30 P.M. in the Grey Stone Baptist Church: 



SPECIAL CALL SESSION OF THE YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

February 23, 1971 
GREY STONE CHURCH 
7:30 P.M. 

1. Registration, 

2. Call to order by moderator. 

3. Joe McGugan led in singing "Amazing Grace", with John Laverty at the piano. 

4. Sherrill Stevens read scripture and led in prayer. 

5. Minutes of the preceding Board Meeting were distributed and the agenda explained 
thoroughly by the moderator. 

6. Malcolm Cadd was recognized and moved the approval of the Proposed By Laws to 
Yates Baptist Association Constitution: 

(1) Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) behevers: 

(a) shall be seated as voting messengers at any associational meetings; 

(b) shall be reported by the churches on the annual letters to the association; and 

(c) shall hold any position within the associational organization. 
This motion was seconded. 

Dr. Henry Turlington offered an amending motion to the above proposed motion to 
delete Section (b). This was seconded. Vote on the amendment was: 166 for, 272 against, 
with the amendment failing. 

7. Russell Barbee made a substitute amendment to the Proposed By Laws to the Yates 
Baptist Association Constitution, Section 1. (1) (a), (b), (c), as recommended by the 
Associational Board: 

Churches which by constitutional provision or other official church action receive into 
full privileges of membership persons who have not been baptized by immersion shall be 
considered as having "willfully departed from the orthodox principles of the Christian 
reUgion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists." (See Article 5, Yates Baptist 
Association Constitution). Such a policy being continued for a period of one year will be 
accepted as evidence that said church has elected to withdraw from the fellowship of the 
Association. 

Vote on the amendment: for, 167; against, 266; Motion fails. 

8. Sherrill Stevens moved a substitute motion for the main motion. This would delete 
Section 1. (1) (a),(b),(c): 

That this special meeting of the Yates Baptist Association go on record as reaffirming the 
action of the messengers in regular session October 28, 1970, said action reading as follows: 



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that no further action be taken relative to the relationship of Watts Street Baptist Church or 
any other church to the Yates Baptist Association on the basis of its membership practices, 
and that with mutual respect for our differences we continue as in past years, to do together 
God's work in the area of our association." 

Motion was seconded and vote taken, with amendment failing (counting of votes not 
necessary) 

9. Motion was made to cut off debate. Seconded and approved. 

10. A vote was taken on the first motion made by Malcolm Cadd (Proposed By Laws to 
Yates Baptist Constitution: (1) (a), (b), (c). Motion approved, (counting of votes not 
necessary) 

11. Malcolm Cadd moved the approval of Section 2 Proposed By Laws to Yates 
Association Constitution: 

(2) "Our association adopts as its guide for doctrine and practice the Southern Baptist 
Articles of Faith as adopted by the Kansas City Convention of 1963. This includes that 
Statement's Introduction." 

B. E. White, Jr., brought attention to the omission of the following words added at the 
Board Meeting held at Cresset Church, January 12, and approved by the Board at that time: 
"with its five-point statement of the historical Baptist conception of the nature and 
function of confessions of faith in our reUgious and denominational life as found on pages 4 
and 5 of "The Baptist Faith and Message." 

These words were incorporated in the motion. Seconded and approved. 

12. Malcolm Cadd moved: "An instruction to our association's Constitution Committee 
that it bring recommendations to the 1971 annual meeting for revising the constitution so 
that it will reflect our desire to be an association comprised of both messengers and 
cooperating churches; both doctrinal and missionary in concern." Seconded. 

13. Russell Barbee made a substitute motion that the Constitution Committee be 
enlarged to 7 and that the moderator be empowered to appoint the remaining 4 members. 

This motion was declared out of order, as being unconstitutional. 

14. Russell Barbee offered a substitute motion and moved that a special Constitution 
Committee of 7 be appointed by the moderator "to bring recommendations to the 1971 
aimual meeting for revising the constitution so that it will reflect our desire to be an 
association comprised of both messengers and cooperating churches; both doctrinal and 
missionary in concern." 

This was seconded and approved. 

15. Malbert Smith moved that the meeting be adjourned. Seconded. 

16. (The Moderator noted that the next Board Meeting of the Association would be held 
at Ephesus Church on March 23.) 

17. Al Childress was elected by acclamation to serve as chairman of the Youth Advisory 
Committee. 

18. The session was dismissed by the singing of the Doxology, led by Joe McGugan, 
assisted by John Laverty at the piano. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harreli Perry, Qerk 



Report Section 



History of Carrboro Baptist 
Church 1902-1971 

Preface 

To best understand the Carrboro Baptist Church and its future we shall examine, in turn, 
its hardships, its period of expansion, and its present challenge. 

A Day of Beginnings 

The area in which the town of Carrboro is located was a part of a grant made to Thomas 
Lloyd in 1757. Mr. Lloyd, who was one of the first representatives from Orange County, 
was one of the many Welsh people who built their homes between Hillsborough and the 
present Chatham County. 

The history of the town which is now known as Carrboro had its beginnings in 1882 
with the extension of the railroad to serve the University of North Carolina located at 
Chapel Hill. The railroad spur line was a ten mile extension from the main line to within one 
mile of the campus of the University. This was as close as it was allowed to come. A station 
(University Station) was built, and passenger service continued until the automobile came to 
take over the bringing of people into Chapel Hill from the surrounding area. The railroad 
then was reduced to being a freight only line as it is today. 

Shortly after the University Station was buUt there were also built a cotton gin, flour 
mill, and a blacksmith shop. The area went by the name of West Chapel Hill though it never 
reaUy was a part of that town. 

The community began to be settled in 1898 when Mr. Tom Lloyd buUt a cotton miJl 
beginning a long association between the community and the cotton industry. 

The community has had various names. In the beginning it was referred to, as already 
mentioned, as West Chapel Hill to designate the area to the west of Chapel Hill where the 
railroad station and other industry was located. The community received its first real name 
when in 1911 it was named Venable after the then President of the University of North 
Carolina, Dr. Preston Venable. The name of the town was changed to Carrboro in 1913 
when Julian S. Carr bought the Lloyd Mill. This mill later became Mill No. 4 of the Durham 
Hosiery Mills. They later added a second mill called Mill No. 7 which served as a munitions 
plant during World War II. Even the streets have changed their names. Roberson Street 
became Greensboro and Jones Ferry Road became Main Street in the downtown area. 

The relationship between the mills and the community has been one of many ups and 
downs. It was the coming of the mill which helped bring the people who established the 
tovm. The mills have provided employment for many people. The mills have also been the 
cause of economic chaos and dire hardship when they have closed or reduced operations. 
The good and bad times have been influential in the shaping of the Carrboro Baptist Church 
and for that reason this background is necessary to the understanding of the church which 
came to be built in this community. 

Beginning and Growth of a Church 

The people who came to work in Lloyd's cotton mill and the other industries in West 
Chapel Hill immediately began to talk of the establishment of a place of worship. Mr. 
Thomas Lloyd set aside a piece of property for a worship center and made the deed to the 
four denominations having churches in Chapel Hill, namely Presbyterian, Episcopal, 
Methodist, and Baptist. Neither the Presbyterian nor Episcopal Churches desired to establish 
another church and therefore they assigned their rights to the property over to the Baptist 
and Methodists, who immediately made plans to build a house of worship. 



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The first building, known as Union Chapel, was a 20 by 30 foot structure which was 
used alternately and conjunctively by the Methodists and Baptists. From the beginning this 
building was too smaU to contain the crowds of people who attended. It was then decided 
that the structure would be doubled in size to 40 by 60 feet. 

Even with the enlarged facilities, all was not well with the worship arrangements. It was 
soon decided that the two congregations should have separate meeting houses and a division 
of the property was made. The Methodist Church erected a building on their share of the lot 
and conditions were better. 

The Carrboro Baptist Church was first organized as the Union Chapel Church on October 
30, 1902. This organization climaxed a series of meetings held during that month. Rev. J. C. 
Hocutt and Dr. J. William Jones constituted the Presbytery. Baptist churches in the area 
were represented at the organizational meeting as follows: from Mt. Carmel, Mr. and Mrs. T. 
E. Sparrow, Mrs. Mary Sparrow, C. T. Crittenton, and Mrs. Rebecca Sparrow; from Mt. 
Pisgah, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Williams; from Chapel Hill, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. 
E. H. Wilson, and Martha A. Purefoy; from Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McDade, and I. S. 
Weaver; from Lystra, Mr. W. N. Womble and Mr. Walter Womble. These were also listed as 
Charter Members. Officers elected at the time of organization were: Thomas E. Sparrow, 
Church Clerk; I. S. Weaver, Treasurer; A. J. McDade, I. S. Weaver, and W. N. Womble, 
Deacons. 

The first members laid the foundation well. Some of them remained members of the 
church until their death; others went on to other responsibilities. Mr. Thomas A. Sparrow 
became Postmaster at Hillsborough and later served in the State Legislature. There are many 
descendents of the charter members in the membership today, and in a real sense they live 
on through their children. Another family who were not charter members but who were 
very influential in the church were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ray. They also continue to serve 
through their descendents. 

The first pastor of the church was Rev. J. C. Hocutt (1902-1906). He came and preached 
every fourth Sunday at a salary of $55.00 per year. Other pastors in the early years were 
Rev. Ira E. D. Andrews (1906), Rev. J. F. McDuffie (1907-13), Rev. J. A. Hackney 
(1913-15), Rev. O. L. Riggs (1915-18), and Rev. H. C. Dorsett (1918-21). 

In 1912 the name of the church was changed from Union Chapel to Venable Baptist 
Church to conform to the new name for the town. For the same reason the name was 
changed again in 1914 to Carrboro Baptist Church. 

During these years the church grew in number and added the Woman's Missionary 
Society (1908) and B.Y.P.U. (1917). 

As the church grew the need for a larger building became apparent. In 1921 Rev. J. B. 
Davis was called for full-time service and definite plans began to be made for a new church 
building. It was felt by many that the new church should be better located. To accomplish 
this the old property was exchanged for a lot on the corner of Main and Greensboro Streets. 
In 1922 the congregation began to build a brick building on this location. Construction had 
to stop when the building was finally finished in 1924 at final cost of about $50,000.00 Of 
this amount the State Mission Board donated $2,500.00. By the middle of 1924 the church 
had reduced the debt to $20,000.00. 

The payment of the church debt was to be a long trial because of the depression years 
that soon came. However, it was through these sacrificial years of selling brunswick stew and 
counting pennies for each payment that the church developed a spirit of friendship that 
never left it. The church learned well how to pull together through difficult times. 

On Sunday, November 1, 1942, the church held a dedication and note burning service. 
This marked the end of one long period of sacrifice. It also marked the beginning of growth 
toward an even greater test of faith. Soon the church would again feel the need to build. 

Pastors who followed Rev. Davis were Rev. J. A. Hunnicutt (1924-27), Rev. Fred C. 
Womack (1927-28), Rev. Roy A. Morris (1928-39), Rev. William H. Poole (1940-46), Rev. 
Troy Jones (1947-53), Rev. Henry B. Stokes (1954-60), Rev. Calvin E. Rains (1960-1966), 
Rev. D. E. Parkerson (1966-1969), and Rev. Roy E. Capehart (1969-present). 

Interim pastors were Dr. O. T. Binkley and Rev. Jim Cansler in 1954 and Dr. Thomas 
Bland, 1960. Rev. Herman Williams and Rev. Roger Sharrock served as Educational 
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as Assistant to Pastor in Administrative duties and Youth Activities 1965-1969; M. W. 
Alsobrook, Assistant to the Pastor 1971-present. 

Each pastor made his own contribution according to the times through which the church 
moved at the time of his pastorate. Some were called to lead the church through times of 
preparation. Others saw this preparation grow into fulfillment in building programs. 
Whatever the church is today it is due at least in part to the contributions of these pastors, 
each of whom gave unselfishly of himself to lead the church forward. 

Through the depression years it was all the church could to to keep up the debt 
payments. The mill had closed. Many families had moved away and the burden was heavy 
on those who remained. But, the debt was paid in 1942. When the Second World War was 
over and the young men came home to establish homes it again was apparent that the 
building was too small. Many studies were made as to what should be done but the memory 
of the heavy debt of the depression years caused the church to move slowly toward actual 
construction. 

The church tried to meet the needs of a growing Sunday School through rented building 
and the purchase of the Tripp house next to the church. In the late 1940's and early 1950's 
the church reached its peak in attendance and enrollment in Sunday School. No further 
progress could be achieved until additional facilities were added. 

In 1956 a new parsonage was built on the corner of Poplar Avenue and Lindsay Streets. 
As soon as this was paid for attention was turned to raising funds for new church 
construction. The Planning and Survey Committee immediately began a study to determine 
the best location and type of building needed. It was soon determined that the only thing 
possible for the church was to remain where it was and to build adequately there. 

Thus it was that the church began in 1962 to construct an education building. This was 
completed and occupied in August 1963. The total cost of the education building was 
approximately $182,000.00. The congregation then turned its attention to the remodeUng 
of the sanctuary. This was completed in June 1964 at a cost of over $60,000.00. 

In December 1965 the church accepted the recommendation of the Deacons and 
Trustees to purchase the Lloyd property in front of the church for parking. This was done 
at a price of $18,000.00. 

When you measure it in feet it is not very far away from where the old Union Qiapel 
stood on Weaver Street to where the new church now stands. But, when you measure it in 
sacrifice, prayer, frustration and agonizing planning, it is a long road over which the church 
has come to its present hour. Now the church faces its greatest challenge. It is now possessed 
with adequate and beautiful facilities and the community around it is in the midst of 
unprecedented growth. Everything points to a great future. However, this will be a great 
future only if the people rise with the same sense of dedication shown by those who 
brought the church to this hour. The field is white, ready for harvest. The church moves on 
to the honor of God in Jesus Christ. The accomphshments of the past serve as guides and 
challenge to the future. 

Thus one man's vision has become Carrboro Baptist Church's challenge for the future. 
Mr. Shelton Lloyd, member of Carrboro Baptist Church believed strongly in the future 
growth and development of the entire area known as the Research Triangle, and that this 
growth should include plans for additional churches to meet the spiritual need of the 
inflated number of people. On March 10, 1968, he gave Carrboro Baptist Church an entire 
block of extremely beautiful and highly valuable land, just under six acres, for the purpose 
of building a church whenever it is needed and justified. Be it resolved, that the members of 
this church dedicate themselves to the vision expressed in this gift of land, seeking through 
sincere prayer and committment of abihties and stewardship to bring to fruition what is 
now only a dream, a dream dedicated to the glory of God. 



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HISTORY OF EDGEMONT BAPTIST CHURCH 

Edgemont Baptist Church was organized May 25, 1902 by Rev. J. M. Arnette, Pastor of 
Edgemont Mission, and twenty-two Charter Members including: Miss Swannie Scott (Mrs. 
W. H. Bright), Miss Addie Pope (Mrs. Addie Childress), W. C. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 
Whittington, Nellie Scott, Tora Scott, Whit Hancock, Willie Ferrell, L. L. Hudson, Mrs. 
LuLu Ferrell, Louise Hudson, Nettie Hudson, R. E. Hurst, J. P. Berry, W. R. Dupree, May 
Dupree, Nora Dupree, A. W. Sorrell, Mrs. Electa Sorrell, C. C. Poe, and Mrs. Robena Poe. 
Rev. Arnette was also assisted by Rev. W. F. Fry, Pastor of the East Durham Baptist Church 
(Angier Avenue Baptist Church), and Brethern from Bethesda, East Durham and other 
Baptist Churches. The name Edgemont was chosen because it is near the center of the 
Edgemont section of the city. The church is located on the corner of East Main and Elm 
Streets. 

The church has had twelve full time pastors since its beginning. In order of service they 
are: Rev. J. M. Arnette, Rev. E. R. Harris, Rev. G. H. Church, Rev. A. N. MarshaU, Rev. C. 
C. Smith, Rev. C. S. Norville, Rev. L. F. Sodeman, Dr. J. S. Johnson, Rev. W. B. Carr, Dr. B. 
R. Bruner, Dr. John H. Bunn, and our current pastor. Rev. Malcolm L. Cadd. 

At least seven men have been ordained as ministers of the gospel during the years the 
church has functioned. These men are: Brothers L. L. Hudson, Charlie Mathews, Earl B. 
Edwards, J. I. Memory, M. Fred Scott, Robert L. Weatherspoon, Jr., and Tommy Roberts. 
At least two other men have been licensed to preach the gospel, but as yet have not been 
ordained. These men are Coleman C. Markham and Buddy Burton. 

The church grew steadily in membership and service reaching it's peak in membership 
during the late 1930's, when more than 1200 were enrolled. Today the membership 
numbers more than 700. 

The first church building, a wooden structure, was destroyed by fire in 1913 and a new 
brick sanctuary was completed about 1915. Much credit must go to Rev. C. C. Smith for his 
zealous work and planning in the rebuilding and subsequent paying for the new sanctuary. 

The longest record of pastoral service was that of the Rev. Charles S. Norville, numbering 
more than 19 1/2 years. During his tenure of service, the church had a phenominal growth 
in membership, and service, and an education building was erected at a cost of 
approximately $35,000.00. This indebtedness was repaid at the rate of approximately 
$100.00 per week covering a period of about nine years. 

Over the years our church has employed many fine and capable church workers: 
secretaries, educational directors, music director, custodians, and treasurers. One of the 
most faithful men employed by the Church was Brother Gattis H. Murray who served as 
custodian for more than thirty years. Another service of the church in the home mission 
field was carried on during the late forties by Mrs. Ethel M. Fulghum, living now at the 
Baptist Home in Winston-Salem. Her witness and influence remains with many people of our 
community as well as our church. 

In 1948, under the capable leadership of Rev. Bryant Carr, the church adopted the 
Unified Budget System. This sy tem of finance has been a success for the church program. 

The Sunday School program of the church has grown from a very small school in a one 
room building to a larger and well organized unit with nine departments and nineteen 
classes. 

One very effective organization in the church has been the Woman's Missionary Society. 
Their goal has always been to share Jesus Christ with people everywhere. 

We must not fail to express our appreciation to those individuals who have made 
contributions to the beauty, comfort and convenience of our church through memorial 
gifts. 

Many, many others whose names are not mentioned have given Uberally of their time, 
talent, money, energy, and love to advance God's Kingdom here in the Edgemont 
community and have helped spread the gospel here, there, and to the ends of the earth. 
Each pastor and church employee has made his unique contribution to the progress of this 
church. All of these have shared in the functions of the church and have worked well and 
prospered with Gods's Holy Spirit as their guide. 



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REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Sunday School staff has been rather inactive this past year. Due to some poorly 
attended conferences in the past the course taken this year was to be available whenever 
needed. This year some members of our group have assisted in Homestead Heights Church, 
Temple Church, and Edgemont Church on consultant basis. 

We had a full representation to attend the VBS Clinic at Wingate College and we 
conducted twin sessions at Angier Avenue Church in the spring. The Rev. Ray Cumbee is 
VBS Director. 

In the coming year for our Sunday School work there is no organized program 
constructed at this moment. However, there is always a member of this group available to 
come into any church when invited to assist in any way possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Malcolm L. kadd, Director 

REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING PROGRAM 

I. REPORT BY MONTHS 

Adult 



Month 


Calls 


Expenses 


Letters 


Mileage 


Attendance 


October 


4 




4 


74 


17 


November 


2 


.15 


3 


40 


3 


December 


3 




4 


20 




January 


4 


1.44 


19 


20 




February 


2 




2 


20 




March 


14 


1.08 


19 


260 


5 


April 


10 


.48 


6 


80 


97 


May 


5 


.52 


7 


90 


40 


June 


11 


1.12 


18 


42 




July 


7 


20.32 


4 


622 




August 


13 


16.02 


32 


86 




September 


23 


20.04 


5 


40 


52 


TOTALS 


98 


$61.17 


123 


1,398 


214 



II. CHURCHES PARTICIPATING IN YOUTH WEEK 

Angier Avenue, Berea, Bethesda, Braggtown, Calvary, Cedar Fork, Cresset, Durham 
Memorial, Ebenezer, Ephesus, Faith, Fieldcrest, First, Gorman, Grace, Grey Stone, Guess 
Road, Holloway Street, Immanuel, Lakewood, Lowe's Grove, Mount Hermon, Park View, 
Parkwood, Ridgecrest, Temple, Trinity, Watts Street, Yates 

III. PARTICIPANTS IN "SCRIPTURE EXPLORING DRILL FOR CHILDREN" 

Bethesda: *Cindy Berryman, *Kim Childress, Holt Ferguson, *Mitzi Ferguson, *Jimmy 
Fish, *Cherri Hodgood, Lorannc Jones, *Barry Overcash, *Sharon Overcash, 
*Mary Ann Page, *Mike Page, *Mark Pelton, Jon Rigsbee, *David Stallings, 
*Elaine Stallings, *Roy Stallings, Jr. 
(♦State Winners) 

IV. REMARKS 

During the past year our Associationai Activities have been streamlined to only two mass 
meetings. We assisted churches requesting help. We congratulate Bethesda Church on the 
splendid participation in the tournaments. ITie quality of leadership for the September 
Leadership Workshop was superb. 



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I wish to thank all individuals who have assisted in the Associational Leadership during 
the past years. We have had many happy experiences working in the churches of Yates 
Association and wish to give credit to God for any success achieved. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Nannie Mae Hemdon, Director 

REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council of the Yates Baptist Association met four times during the past 
season in executive meetings to plan the work for the season, and make plans for the 
following year. 

On Sunday afternoon, October 18, 1970, the tenth annual Yates Association Hymn Sing 
was held at Angier Avenue Church. Choirs from First and Angier Avenue participated in the 
service. Hymns used were favorites of members of the Yates Association churches-chosen 
in a poll taken throughout the member churches. The favorite two Christmas hymns, two 
Easter hymns, and seven favorite general hymns were used in the service. It was an inspiring 
and enjoyable hour of worship and praise through song. 

A choir was used for the opening of each session (Tuesday morning, Tuesday afternoon, 
and Wednesday morning) of the 1970 Annual Associational meeting October 27 and 28. 
This was an Associational Choir that met just prior to each session for a rehearsal. The group 
did a fine job and made a wonderful contribution to the three worship periods. 

The 1971 Choral Clinic was scheduled for February 22. There was a special called 
Associational Meeting the next evening, and it was felt we should postpone that clinic until 
a later time. It was later decided to wait until the following February, and ask the guest 
clinician, Paul Peterson, if he could be with us for that new date. 

As this report is being prepared, the Music Council is making final plans for the 1971 
Hymn Sing, the music for the 1971 Annual Meeting, and the 1972 Choral Clinic scheduled 
for February 21. 

We would like to emphasize again that we, the members of the Yates Association Music 
Council, stand ready to give assistance to any church of the association, so far as time, 
opportunity, and ability permit. Call on us. We will help in any way we can. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John T. Laverty, Director 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

There is a growing awareness among our women that there is a place for them to serve in 
our Association more and more. We are proud to have two new Directors who are interested 
in our younger women and who will seek to enlist more young women in our churches. 

The theme of the year was "Living the Spirit of Christ in Openness and Freedom." The 
1970-71 Watchword was taken from John 8: 36 -"If the Son therefore shall make you free, 
ye shall be free indeed." 

The Annual WMU Meeting was held on April 20 at Yates Church with 230 in attendance. 
Reverend Hubert S. Mumford, Superintendent of Missions, showed a most interesting 
selection of slides of the work in the Association. Miss Barbara Chance was soloist. Special 
music was presented by Mrs. Robert Helms and Samuel Helms, accompanied on the piano 
by Mrs. C. O. Couch. Mrs. Helms led the music for the evening. Dr. and Mrs. Alton Hood, 
Missionaries to Thailand, were the speakers for the evening. They showed slides of their 
work there and gave most inspring information about their experiences. Miss Lillian Sun-hsi 
Lu, Grace Baptist Church, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, brought a brief messagf and 
the benediction. Group III Chairman, Mrs. Bessie Hilliard, was hostess for the meal. 

A "Night of Encounter" was held on July 15, at the County Stadium. This was 
sponsored by all the organizations of the Association. The "New Direction" singers from 
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gave her testimony and sang. Dr. Carl Bates, of Charlotte and president of the Southern 
Baptist Convention, gave a most inspirational talk. Albert Long was Master of Ceremonies. 
This was a first attempt at this sort of gathering for us and was very successful. 

A "Youth Missions Fair" was held at Grace Church on Augugt 23. Nearly 800 attended 
this affair. Eight booths were set up showing the work of the different organizations, the 
Camp ground, audio visuals, and others. It was most interesting and plans are being made for 
an even bigger and better fair next year. 

The WMU Leadership Workshop was held at First Church on September 14 with 110 
enrolled. Age-level conferences were provided. Miss Linda Warren, Baptist Young Women's 
Director for the State, led the Conference for BYW Directors. 

The Acteens have held quarterly meetings. The Girls-in-Action under the direction of 
Mrs. Godwin held a one day camp at the Yates Campground. 

The Woman's Missionary Union ministry at Murdoch Center is continuing with fifth 
Sunday visitation to the cottages at the center. 

The four groups keep the Associational food pantry supplied for a period of three 
months each. 

New groups are being organized in the churches whenever new opportunities are found. 
The women of Yates Association are ready to serve the needs of the community at all times. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. V. J. Chance, Director 

REPORT OF BROTHERHOOD 

The Associational Brotherhood has attempted to emphasize the involving of laymen in 
evangelism and boys work during 1971. We have tried to use suggestions from all sources to 
get laymen interested in the Lord's work on an association-wide basis. We concentrated 
heavily on 'The Night of Encounter" and involved personnel from all of the churches in our 
association and encouraged participation from all denominations in the city. The response 
was good and we feel the success of this effort had a unifying effect for our own association. 

The boys work in the association has been centered in training sessions for RA leaders 
and a workshop for both RA leaders and Baptist Men's leaders in October of this year. 

The mission study has increased this year to the most active year for men in our 
association in this field. 

We encourage our churches to become deeply concerned about the men and boys work 
in their own respective fields. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bruce C. Little, Director 

REPORT OF CAMP COMMITTEE 

During this year the water problems which have plagued the camp operations for many 
years seem to have been in the most part resolved. The new well and pump have been put 
into operation and apparently will serve us well until such time as we greatly increase 
activities at the camp. With a large increase in activity we will probably need to install a 
large storage tank to insure an adequate supply of water at peak demand periods. 

Anonymous donors have paid a plumbing bill in the amount of $1,048.69 and an 
electrical bill in the amount of $454.48. In addition to these contributions Mr. Joe Pickard, 
of the Pickard Roofing Company donated work and material valued at $400.00 to cover a 
water storage tank and to rebuild the kitchen stove hood. Hartman's Steak House donated a 
fine stainless steel sink for the kitchen area. We express our heartfelt thanks to these and all 
others who have made this year more eventful than it might have been. 

With the easing of our most critical problems we can anticipate a much more meaningful 
program for next year and afterward. Your committee now has as part of its membership 
persons of substantial experience and expertise in this area of activity. We fully expect a vast 
improvement in the near future. 

As we mark time toward the 1977 long range goal of adding to the camp faciUty, your 
committee respectfully requests the privilege of continuing a quiet program of soliciting 



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monies, material, and effort to continue development of the camp grounds and its facilities. 
Thirteen acres of land adjacent to the Yates Camp have been purchased by a friend of 

the Association and is now held in opticn position. For full details of this transaction we 

refer you to the minutes of the 1970 Armual Session. 

Respectfully submitted, 
A. B. Stone, Jr., Chairman 

REPORT OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The Christian Social Ministries Committee has endeavored this year to evaluate itself as 
well as strive for a continued development of this ministry. 

Looking within we have tried to evaluate our work to the present and project plans for 
the future. We find much of our work has been general in nature and hope for more specific 
and detailed work in the future. 

Churches are continually encouraged to become involved in the local, city, state and 
denominational work of the Yourth and Family Services. 

The committee this year has had conferences with the Family Counseling Service of 
Durham, Cooperative School for Pregnant Teenage Girls, Family Counseling Services of 
Chapel Hill and Orange County as well as individual conferences with many agencies of our 
area. 

The work has increased this year to include a half day service in CounseUng at Chapel 
Hill, a half day in the courts, and a half day at Oldham Towers in counseling the elderly. We 
now have a food pantry in Chapel Hill. We are grateful to Mrs. Nancy Boynton for helping 
us to enlarge our ministry into this area of our Association. 

We are also having some relationship with the Co-ordination Council on Alcoholism at 
Butner and the Mental Health Clinic. Boyce Kimball is the liaison man in this area. 

We continue with a one-evening referral night at Guess Road Prison Camp for inmates 
soon to be released. Jim Barringer carries on this ministry. 

Mrs. Nancy Dickinson continues to aid our efforts in working out a relation with the 
Social Services Department of Durham. Recently there was a request from the Social 
Services Dept. regarding thirteen non-readers asking for help. This month we had a refresher 
course at Bethesda Church for those teachers who were interested. 

We are indeed grateful to these specific individuals, to the many churches who have 
assisted in this work during 1971 and especially to God for granting us the privilege and joy 
of serving Him. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Malcolm L. Cadd, Chairman 



REPORT OF EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

The Evangelism Committee sponsored two associational events this year. A church 
evangelism rally was held on the evening of November 30th at Yates Church, and on March 
8-9 a Bible and Lay-Witness Conference was held at Gorman Church. Assistance was given 
also to the "Night of Encounter", a one-night crusade in July, and in the "Missions Fair" at 
Grace Church in August. 

The 1972 Statewide Evangelism Conference has been scheduled for February 7-9 in the 
Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium in Fayetteville. Greater lay attendance from our 
churches in this annual conference is encouraged. 

Your committee urges that priority be given in our churches to earnest prayer for revival, 
and that obedience be given to the Holy Spirit that He may manifest Christ as Lord over His 
churches and motivate His people in that witness and ministry which will glorify God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Julian M. Motley, Chairman 



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REPORT OF INSTITLTTIONAL COMMITTEE 

We are proud of our three institutions, The Children's Home, The Homes for the Aging, 
and The Baptist Hospital. 

Our churches have increased cooperative program gifts, expressing their confidence and 
support of our institutions in order that they might give quality Christian service to our 
people. 

Plans for an addition to the nursing care unit in Winston Salem, v^^hich was greatly 
needed, should be ready this fall. This vt^as made possible by a generous donation and a Uke 
amount raised by the trustees. 

May we have more ministries fulfilled in like manner. 

The Medical Center Development program is making progress. By late 1972 the new 
patient tower is to be ready for occupancy. 

Let's continue to support our Baptist institutions and inform our people, that we may 
minister more effectively to our Baptist friends as Christ commanded, "Inasmuch as ye have 
done it unto the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. W. Jethro Broadwell, Chairman 

REPORT OF LIBRARY COMMITTEE 

This committee did not actively participate in contributing services to the Libraries of 
the Association during the past year. 

A questionnaire was mailed directly to all Directors of Library Services and to all 
churches without a Director seeking a means to render assistance to those in need, either by 
individual help or through a workshop. We received only two replies so we assumed the 
Libraries were in good order. 

We wish for a most harmonious annual session and we pray for God's blessings upon the 
incoming officers and committees for the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Vance Fisher, Chairman 

REPORT OF ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Three candidates for the Christian ministry were examined by the Ordination Committee 
during the past year, October 1, 1970 to October 1, 1971. These were: 

1. November 16, 1971, at the request of First Church to examine John T. Laverty and L. 
C. Jolmson, Jr. 

2. June 29, 1971, at the request of Watts Street to examine Roland Johnson. 

These men were examined and counseled concerning the Christian ministry, and then 
were recommended by the Ordination Committee to their churches that ordination plans 
might proceed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James E. West, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

Two significant developments have taken place in the student work of our association. 
They involve "attitude" and "approach." 

Some local pastors and the local chaplains, or campus ministers at Duke and the 
University of North Carolina, have spent time and thought in getting to know each other. 
Personal conversations, joint meetings, a shanng ot concerns and a mutual recognition that 
"we are laborers together with God" and that "we need each other" have given rise to a new 
attitude of concern, and have sparked new attempts to find ways of ministering together to 
human need. Heretofore chaplains have gone about their business and pastors have gone 
about theirs. Each knew the other was there but real "awareness" of each other was at a 
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Conscious attempts are being made by chaplains to relate students and local churches in 
ways that will foster understanding and personal spiritual growth. Students, too, want to 
have contact with local congregations. Campus ministers and students have developed 
"Outreach Teams", who upon invitation, will go to local churches to share their faith 
through testimony, music, drama, and other ways. "Bridge Groups" have been formed. 
They don't play cards but they do talk. They work in this fashion: a student, invited by a 
local family, visits once a week with the family for 6-8 weeks to share ideas, concerns, and 
experiences in an attempt "to bridge" the student-community gap. Other students, and 
adults from local churches, are being enlisted to engage once a week in conversation with an 
international student to help him gain a mastery of spoken English. A side benefit will be 
the exchange of cultural and religious ideas between area residents and foreign students. 

Why so much effort to enlist the understanding and support of local churches? Local 
interest and help is needed to encourage in the faith Baptist students and others who are in 
our area. Three chaplains among several thousand students is a ratio far too big. The campus 
ministers need the support of local church concern and friendship. They want very much to 
be helpful to students and they want to buUd close relationships between students and 
churches. 

A new approach is being tried in campus ministry. On aU campuses except that of the 
University of North Carolina only one person serves as chaplain to Baptist students. He also 
serves as administrator of the Student Center. This year at U.N.C. two chaplains and a 
chaplain intern are working together. This is an experiment in a multiple ministry. One 
chaplain works primarily with undergraduates, another as administrator and with graduate 
students, faculty and married students. The intern is making contact with religious groups 
on campus such as Campus Crusade, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes - and all others - 
to determine how and to what kinds of people they minister. A research paper will conclude 
the study. He also is establishing contact and rapport with athletes and the social fraternities 
by meeting regularly with the leadership of the groups and by going into the dorms. An 
advisory council from local churches meeting regularly through the year wiU offer counsel 
and appraisal of this pilot project. 

Individuals and churches interested in knowing more about the campus ministry at Duke 
or U.N.C, or about working more closely with the chaplains and students may write or call 
the campus ministers: 

Duke: U.N.C: 

Mr. David May, Chaplain Mr. Bob Phillips, Chaplain 

Box 4351 Duke Sta. Mr. Joe Qontz, Chaplain 

Duke University Dr. David Smith, Intern 

Durham, N. C. 27706 P. O. Box 467 

Phone: 286-6097 Chapel Hill, N. C 27514 

Phone: 942-4266 

The chaplains are willing to speak in local churches. They are willing to help arrange 
student visits for special purposes or programs in local churches. The campus ministry and 
the local church ministry can augment each other. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert M. Winecoff, Chairman 



REPORT OF YOUTH COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Advisory Committee was formed two years ago and continues to express an 
increasing awareness and concern for the youth of Yates Association. 

The Associational Youth Council is an outgrowth of this committee. Each church in our 
association was asked to elect or appoint two representatives, one from the Junior High age 
grouping, and one from the Senior High division, to serve on the Council. The Youth 
Council has met regularly on the 3rd Sunday of each month with special meetings scheduled 
as need dictated. Response was good as representatives of 27 churches have attended 
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Several projects have been carried out during the past year which have involved many 
youth in planning and participation. It is indeed refreshing and encouraging to be a part of 
such a committee. 

The Associational Youth Rally, held March 20, was a project of the Youth Council. 
Twenty-one churches were represented and many young people participated in the program. 

The Youth Council was active in the planning, publicity and program of the "Ni^t of 
Encounter," July 15. This was a wonderful program of inspiration and evangelism. Many 
youth and adults went forward to pubUcly profess faith in Jesus Christ as Lord of Life. 

A Mission Bible School, held in early August, was sponsored by the Youth Council with 
youth from six churches participating. The school was held at the Recreation Center of the 
Hoover Road Housing Project just off Angier Avenue. Great interest was shown as 
attendance averaged ninety-two. Any church wishing to sponsor a mission Bible School next 
summer is encouraged to do so through our associational organization. 

In late August, the youth of many churches participated in the planning and execution 
of the first annual Associational "Youth Missions Fair." This festive occasion was an 
attempt to offer the people of the churches a unique view of the association and its 
ministries. 

Our hope for the new year is to expand and stabilize the organization of the Advisory 
Committee, whose members have served as advisors to the Youth Council. I wish to thank 
those who have served on this committee, the Youth Council President, George S. Love, III, 
and the youth of Yates Association for their contagious enthusiasm and response to the 
challenge of adventure with Christ. 

It is an exciting and most rewarding work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stephen D. Ackerman, Chairman 

REPORT OF ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The associational year has been one of increasing harmony and a return to more 
emphasis upon evangehsm. As we review the actions of the Associational Board and its 
Council, there may be easily seen something of this dual emphasis. 

The 1970 annual meeting closed on a note of continued debate over the "Baptism" 
controversy. To this date the matter has not been settled though it does appear that much 
progress has been made. Subsequent Board meetings met in the shadow of the "overhang" 
of the issue and were thus somewhat restricted from greater vision in terms of missionary 
enterprise. 

Aside from normal financial and organizational concerns which have traditionaUy 
claimed the attention of the Board, the«e significant actions were taken for the year: 

1. An Evangelism Rally was conducted on November 30 at Gorman Church with Dr. 
Thomas L. Neely as speaker, and the film "Like a Might Army" as a feature. 

2. The caretaker's house (hence known as the Johnson-Taylor Building) was dedicated 
on November 17, 1970. 

3. On December 22, 1970, the moderator in a letter to all Board members called for a 
Special Board meeting to be held at Cresset Baptist Church, The Meeting was held on 
January 12, 1971 at 7:30 p.m. and the following proposals were approved as 
recommendations for a Called Associational Meeting, 

Proposed By-Laws: 

1. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) beUevers: 

(a) shall be seated as voting messengers at any associational meetings 

(b) shall be reported by the churches on the annual letters to the association; and 

(c) shall hold any position within the associational organization, 

2. Our association adopts as its guide for doctrine and practice the Southern Baptist 
Articles of Faith as adopted by the Kansas City Convention of 1963, This includes that 
Statement's Introduction, 

Also, a motion was approved which instructed our association's Constitution Committee 
to bring recommendations to the 1971 annual meeting to revise our constitution so that it 
will reflect our desire to be an association comprised of both messengers and cooperating 



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churches; both doctrinal and missionary in concern. 

These proposals shall henceforth be referred to in this report by the designation: 10 
(Immersion Only) Proposals. 

Following the Board meeting at Cresset, the association convened in Special Session at 
Grey Stone Baptist Church on the night of February 23 at 7:30. At that meeting several 
amendments were presented which would have altered the 10 Proposals of the Cresset Board 
meeting. All failed and the Called Session overwhelmingly approved the 10 Proposals and 
also authorized the moderator to appoint a Special Constitutional Committee of seven 
members which would incorporate the 10 Proposals along with some other changes into a 
proposed revised constitution. These changes were to be presented to the annual meeting of 
1971. 

4. The Board meeting at Ephesus Church on March 23, 1971, approved the Council's 
recommendation that the fall meeting time be changed to Monday through Wednesday 
nights, the first two nights for business, and the third for inspiration. At this time also, the 
moderator announced the names of the Special Constitution Committee. They were: Russell 
Barbee, Chairman, W. J. Broadwell, W. E. Byrd, Jr., Eric Shepherd, Malcolm Cadd, J. B. 
Buchanan, and Juhan Motley. It was announced that the Garrett Road property was fuUy 
paid for and was now wholly owned by the Association. 

5. The Board meeting at Page Road Church on May 11, 1971, joined others in issuing an 
invitation to Billy Graham to lead a crusade in the Triangle Area in 1973. 

6. The Associational Brotherhood sponsored a highly successful "Night of Encounter" in 
July. It was indicated that future such events would be conducted in the years succeeding. 

7. The Board meeting at Ebenezer Church in September, 1971, encouraged support of 
the World Missions Conference planned for April, 1972. Representatives were elected to 
serve with the Triangle Study Committee of the Raleigh and Mt. Zion Associations. 

This report reveals that a great deal of positive action was taken this year by our Board. 
We continue to beUeve in and support the concept of Associational Missions and trust that 
democratic processes will enable us to deal forthrightly with the crisis which confronts us 
through the years until Jesus comes. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ned Mathews, moderator 



REPORT OF AUDITOR 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates Baptist 
Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1970. My examination was made in 
accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included such tests 
of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as I considered necessary in 
the circumstances, except that it was not practical to extend my examination of income 
beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and expenditures presents 
fairly the recorded cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association for the calendar year 
ended December 31, 1970 on a basis consistent with tiiat of the preceding year. 

Frank D.Nelson, CPA 
Auditor 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Cash on Hand October 1, 1970 $ 4,213.81 

Receipts: 

from Churches $46,907.22 
from State Baptist Convention 2,208.00 
from Other 1,160.70 

Total Receipts $50,275.92 



Total Cash Available 



$54,489.73 



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TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 



DISBURSEMENTS: 



Missions: 

Church Expansion 1,642.97 

Evangelism 129.38 

Camp: Supt. of Grounds 1,680.00 

Maintenance 1,674.53 

Bond Retirement 7,208.61 

Youth CouncU 129.07 

Libraries Council 23.20 

Ministers' Conference 26.02 

Sunday School 126.22 

Church Training 75.87 

W.M.U. 196.86 

Brotherhood 103.88 

Music 5.86 

B.S.U. Centers 75.00 

Program Committee 30.00 

Deacons Committee 

Missions Committee 

Salaries: 

Superintendent 7,537.50 

Office Secretary 3,654.88 

Clerk 300.00 

Secretarial Help 3,760.28 

Minister Y'/Family Services 4,273.20 

Office Expenses: 

Maintenance : Rent 1,440.00 

Electricity 225.22 

Water 51.84 

Fuel 563.43 

Janitor 110.25 

Miscellaneous 96.96 

Telephone - general 1,248.18 

- Y'/Family Service 90.33 

Postage 871.18 

Supplies 1,197.72 

Equipment 325.00 

Equipment Repair 32.54 

Fire & Theft Insurance 45.80 

Workmen's Compensation 283.58 

Directories 56.90 

Other Expenses: 

Supt. 's Travel AUowance . 1,320.00 

Supt.'s Housing Allowance 2,600.00 

Supt. 's Retirement 500.04 

Supt.'s Group Insurance 286.47 

Christmas Bonus 200.00 

Social Security: Supt. 1,113.00 

Secretarial Help 204.44 

Office Secretary 204.75 

Camp Supt. 93.58 

Conventions & Conferences 387.60 

Printing 1,458.36 

Minister Y/F Serv. Housing 

Travel 



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Retirement 200.00 

Operations Exp. 78.99 
Audio Visual Aids 267.77 
Service Contracts-Equipment 222.51 
Incidentals 1,619.01 
N. C. Sales Tax Paid 233.49 
Taxes 113.37 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $50,395.64 

Cash on Hand, General Fund, September 30, 197 1 $ 4,094.09 

SUMMARY OF SPECIAL FUNDS 

R. A. Sports Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 371.76 

Receipts from Churches $ 1,237.80 

Disbursements $ 1,336.80 

Balance September 30, 1971 $ 272.76 

M. T. Yates Home Development Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 115 .00 
Receipts 

Disbursements $ 



Balance September 30, 1971 $ 115.00 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND September 30, 1971 $ 4,481.85 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1970 

Balance Balance 

Fund 1-1-70 Receipts Expenditures 12-31-70 

General Fund $4,627.14 $51,679.72 $49,280.32 $7,026.54 

Royal Ambassador 724.98 34.00 460.27 298.71 

Yates Home Development 115.00 115.00 

TOTAL $5,467.12 $51,713.72 $49,740.59 $7,440.25 

Cash Balance at December 31, 1970 

Bank $7,380.25 

Petty Cash 60.00 

TOTAL $7,440.25 



Frank Nelson, CPA 
Auditor 

YATES ASSOCIATIONAL FINANCIAL GOALS 



A . Missions 

1 . Church Expansion 

2. Evangelism 

3. Camp: Supt. of Grounds 

4. Camp: Maintenance 

5. Bond Retirement 

6. Libraries Committee 



1971 Budget 
$ 1,500 
500 
1,680 
2,000 
9,300 
100 



1972 Proposed 
$ 
1,000 
1,680 
2,500 
9,300 
100 



40 TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 



B. 



7. Youth Council 


300 




500 


8. Ministers' Conference 


50 




50 


9. Sunday School 


200 




300 


10. Church Training 


150 




200 


11. W.M.U. 


900 




1,000 


12. Brotherhood 


200 




300 


13. Music 


100 




100 


I'f. K.o.u. L-Cniers 


75 




75 


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19. Superintendent 


7,650 




8,400 


20. Office Secretary 


4,400 




4,800 


21. Clerk 


325 




335 


22. Part-Time Secretarial Help** 


2,608 




2,800 


23. Minister Youth/Family Services* 


5,416 




5,820 


L/JJICC LLxpcn^cs 








24. Maintenance 


2,600 




2,600 


a. Rent $1,440 








b. Electricity 230 








c. Water :0 








d. Fuel 500 








. e. Janitor 200 








f. Miscellaneous 150 








25. Telephone - general 


1,000 




1,200 


- Youth/Family Services 


120 




120 


26. Postage 


1,000 




1,200 


27. Supplies 


oUU 




1 f\r\f\ 
1,UUU 


28. Equipment 










29. Equipment Repair 


300 




300 


30. Fire & Theft Insurance 


32 




32 


31. Workman's Compensation 


225 




225 


32. Directories 


100 




100 










33. Supenntendent s Travel Allowance 


1 ,320 




1,320 


34. Superintendent's Housing Allowance 


2,600 




2,600 


35. Superintendent's Retirement 


500 




500 


36. Superintendent's Group Insurance 


410 




364 


37. Christmas Bonus(es) 


200 




250 


38. Social Security (Supt.) 


574 




630 


39. Social Security (Office Asst.) 


250 




250 


40. Social Security (Secretaries) 


115 




146 


41. Social Security (Camp Supt.) 


88 




88 


42. Convention & Conferences 


350 




350 


43. Printing 


1,000 




1,000 


44. Min. Y/F Services Housing Allowance* 


1,500 




1,500 


Travel Allowance* 


900 






Retirement 


200 




200 


Speakers, etc. 


200 




200 


45. Audio Visual Aids 


250 




300 


46. Service Contracts for Equipment 


200 




200 


47. Incidentals 


750 




750 


TOTALS 


$55,338 




$58,685 



*Includes anticipated support from State Convention and Home Mission Board. 
**Includes anticipated support from State Convention. 



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REPORT OF PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the annual 
associational meetings of 1972: 

Host Churches 

First Day - Angier Avenue Church, 2101 Angier Avenue, Durham 
Second Day - Mt. Moriah Church, Erwin Road, Durham 

Annual Sermon 

Preacher - Rev. Warren Kerr, Hope Valley Church 
Alternate - Rev. Robert M. Winecoff, Mount Hermon Church 

Respectfully submitted, 
Marshall Sargent, Chairman 



RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Yates Baptist Association 
October 26, 1971 

Resolved, that we join in Christian expression of thanks: 

To the Rev. Ned L. Mathews, Moderator of this association, for his courageous 
and considerate conduct of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion on October 25 and to Mr. John Clayton for his gracious presiding on the 26, 
1971; to Mr. Harrell Perry for his efficient recording of the minutes of this meeting 
and those previous sessions; to the Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, Associational Mission- 
ary, for his untiring efforts in behalf of the Lord's work promoted by the Yates 
Baptist Association; to the Program Committee in their presentation and completion 
of the program under unusual circumstances; to the Special Constitution Committee 
under the direction of the Rev. Russell Barbee who labored on the revision of the 
Yates Association constitution for presentation and approval at this meeting; and to 
the Executive Board and standing committees who have functioned throughout the 
year to encourage and guide the work fo the Yates Baptist Association. 

Also, we would thank the Grey Stone Baptist Church and the Edgemont Baptist 
Church for the use of their builduigs for the meeting of the Association on October 
25, and 26; and Mr. John Laverty and his assistants who presented the music 
during the meeting. 

Let us remember in Christian love and honor those of our number who have 
gone from our midst in death during the past year to be at home with the Lord. 

As we were exhorted in the annual sermon "Seeing Jesus", by the Rev. Crate 
Jones, let us look forward to the coming year with expectation of a fresh view of 
our Lord Jesus Christ. As Paul admonished: "Those things which ye have both 
learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of Peace shall 
be with you. Only let your conduct be as it become th the gospel of Christ. . .that 
ye stand fast in one spirit, with one mind striving together for the faith of the 
Gospel; and in nothing terrified by your adversaries, which is to them an evident 
token of perdition, but to you of salvation, and that of God. (Phihppians 4:9, 
1"27) 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. John A. Freeman, Chairman 

Mrs. S. E. Dennis 



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TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 



YEARS FOR PUBLISfflNG CHURCH HISTORIES 









In the Minutes 






1971 


Edgemont 


1978 


Bells 


1985 


Watts Street 












JL/Uiiialil ivivllivillal 


1972 


Gr3CC 


1979 


Lystra 


1986 






Lake wood 




B raggto wn 




Holloway Street 


1973 


First 


1980 


Berea 


1987 


I m manual 




Mount Hermon 




Mount Pisgah 




Trinity 


1974 


Faith 


1981 


Mount Moriah 


1988 


Gorman 




Ridgecrest 




Mount Gilead 




Guess Road 


1975 


Hope Valley 


1982 


Pleasant Hill 


1989 


Calvary 




Cresset 




Rose of Sharon 




Plain view 


1976 


Homestead Heights 


1983 


Ebenezer 


1990 


Westwood 




Fieldcrest 




Lowe's Grove 




Park View 


1977 


Page Road 


1984 


Mount Carmel 








Parkwood 




University 








Reverend H. S. Mumford, Superintendent of Missions presenting Plaque to 
Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon, Church Training Director for twenty -one years and 
Plaque to Dr. D. R. Perry, Lay Leader Award. 



YATRS BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



43 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Angier Avenue: Mrs. Savannah Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowden, Mr. W. B. FonviUe 
(Deacon), Mr. C. D. Green (Deacon), Mr. Ed Kerr, Mrs. Myrtle McGhee, Mr. Otis 
L. Matthews, Jr., Mrs. Fannie Palmer, Mr. Carlos Powell, Mr. Jerry Watkins, Miss 
Emma Watts, Mr. Paul Wheeler and Mr. Aubrey Wiggins (Deacon). 

Bells: Mrs. Alfred Howard, Mr. Allie Johnson and Mr. Paul Woods. 

Berea: Mr. Henry Briggs. 

Bethesda: Mr. Fred O. Bane, Mr. C. L. Colclough, Mr. W. H. Freeman, Mr. E. R. 
Lilly, Sr., Mr. Henry Rich and Mr. Atlas Ross. 

Braggtown: Mr. Dan Alexander, Mrs. Hemy Bailey, Mrs. Lillian Duncan, Mrs. J. J. 
Green, Mrs. Carrie Harper, Mrs. J. B. Rogers, Mr. P. B. Tippett, Mr. D. R. Watson, Mr. 
Vernon Woods and Mrs. Nora Young. 

Calvary: Mr. Gardner Adcock, Mr. W. K. HaU, Mr. George Rappleyea, Mr. Robert Sherron 
and Mrs. Agnes Stickland. 

Carrboro: Mr. Charlie Cannada, Mr. Griffin Qark, Mrs. John A. Qark, Mrs. Rosa Qark, Mr. 
Dan Glossom, Mrs. Jake Hardee, Miss Florence Lindsey, Mr. Ralph Morgan, Mr. WilUam 
Oscar Ray, Mr. Herbert Riggsbee, Mr. Thomas Vickers and Mrs. Allen White. 

Cedar Fork: Mr. Steve Green, Mrs. Ben Markham and Mr. Paul H. Walton. 

Cheek Heights: Mrs. Dorothy Friedly, Mrs. Sarah Rigsby and Mrs. Sarah Watson, 

Cresset: Mrs. Ethel Byrd, Mrs. Frank (Pattie) King and Rev. T. W. McKneely. 

Durham Memorial: Mrs. Theresa Chappell, Mr. Everett King, Mrs. Sarah Pipkin and Mrs. 
Nancy Roberts. 

Ebenezer: Mrs. Bessie Williams. 

Edgemont: Mrs. Carrie Bennett, Mrs. Christine Cook, Mr. N. B. Crabtree, Mr. C. A. Evans, 
Mr. Ira Goss, Miss Bettie Haley, Miss Grace Hayden, Mrs. W. H. Hobgood, Mr. Willard 
Markham, Mr. OlUe May, Mr. Newman Reeves, Mr. H. S. Taylor, (Deacon), Mrs. Annie 
Vigue and Mr. Robert Wallace. 

Ephesus: Mr. Arthur Barbee and Mr. W. B. Medlin, Sr. 

Faith: Mr. Raymond Collins, Mr. Millard Hicks and Mrs. Cora Penny. 

First: Mrs. W. H. Butler, Mrs. Lollie Canada, Mrs. Mary Helen Cole, Miss Louise Coley, Mr. 
Ernest Green, Mrs. Ruth Hall, Mrs. Ruth Garrett Hall, Mrs. D. H. Harrell, Mrs. Ollie 
Harris, Mr. Julian D. Hurst, Mrs. D. R. Ivey, C. B. Johnson, Mrs. Randy Jones, Mrs. Elsie 
Knott, Mrs. Paul Lancaster, Mrs. W. J. Lougee, Mr. Brodie Pickett, Mr. Dennis Pope, Mr. 
W. Allen Pope, Mrs. W. A. Pope, Mr. R. J. Sherron and Mrs. O. G. Wilson. 

Gorman: Mr. Elmore Addison, Mr. J. L. Aiken (Deacon), Mr. Joseph Fogleman, Mrs. Dovie 
W. Kirkland, Mr. E. L. Montague, and Mrs. Myrtle McCorquodale and Mr. Maike Taylor. 

Grace: Mrs. Harry Ballard, Mrs. J. F. Coe, Mr. L. L. Fogleman, Mr. James J. Hamlett, Mr. 
Vergil A. Kennedy, Mrs. Troy S. Mize, Mr. Walter H. Perry, Mrs. Linwood Roberts, Mrs. 
E. W. Rogers, Mrs. D. O. Waller, Sr., Mrs. Manly P. Ward, Mr. P. D. Whitehurst and Mrs. 
Lula Whitford. 

Grey Stone: Mr. C. L. Agner, Mr. Fred Beck, Mr. Dempsey Browning, Mr. Don Cameron, 
Mr. J. A. Campbell, Mr. Benny Garden, Mr. C. M. Gates, Mr. Douglas Christmas, Mrs. E. 
L. Cole, Mr. Odell Cole, Mrs. Beatrice Evans, Mr. R. F. Ferrell, Jr., Mr. O. F. Garris, Mr. 
Wyatt Hart, Mr. Marvin Hayes, Mrs. Woodrow Melton, Mrs. Marvin Moore, Mr. Charles 
McEnally, Mr. L. W. Pendergrass, Mrs. A. L. Rasberry, Mr. R. D. Ray, Sr., Mrs. R. O. 
Rigsbee, Sr., Mr. David Sink and Mr. J. H. Whitfield. 



44 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Guess Road: Mrs. Linda S. Matney and Mr. Kermit Robinson. 

Holloway Street: Mrs. L. J. Copley, Mr. J. M. Haithcock, Mr. W. B. Harrill, Jr., (Deacon), 
Mr. James H. McCubbins, Jr., and Mr. P. L. Wimberly. 

Hope Valley: Mrs. Pearl Barbee and Mrs. Christine Shepherd. 

Immanuel: Mr. Harry Canada, Mrs. Geneva Gray, Mr. W. C. "Jack" Merritt, Jr., Mrs. Bertha 
Ward and Mr. Rupert WiUiford. 

Lakewood: Mr. J. Qifton Cheek, Mrs. Rena Foster and Mrs. Emmett Loftis. 

Lowe 's Grove: Mrs. Lula Lowe Bright, Mr. Clyde Darnell, Mr. Bernard Hemdon, Mr. Mack 
Mullen, Miss Annie O'Briant, Mr. Roy Scott, Mr. Lee Warren and Mrs. Frank Yuille. 

Lystra: Mrs. Emma Blake, Mrs. Callie Dollar and Mrs. Sabre Dollar. 

Mount Carmel: Mrs. Elizabeth S. Andrews, Mrs. Ruth D. Fowler, Mr. Glenn Merritt, Mr. J. 
Atlas Pendergrass, Mr. Junius H. Sparrow, Mrs. Mary J. Sparrow and Mr. Philhp W. 
Sparrow (Deacon). 

Mount Gilead: Mr. Bunyan Hatley and Mr. J. B. Ward. 

Mount Herman: Mr. W. Laury Davis and Mrs. Nova Spence. 

Mount Moriah: Mr. Floyd Crabtree, Mr. Lindo Pickard (Deacon) and Mrs. Tom Poe. 
Mount Pisgah: Mr. Henry Williams and Mr. Hugh Williams. 

Olive Branch: Mrs. VaUie P. Garden, Mrs. Minnie Colclough, Mr. Lemuel Currin, Mr. Spencer 
Freeman, Miss Florence Gooch, Mrs. H. G. McFarland and Mr. Erlie Pipkin. 

Page Road: Mr. Boimie Y. Ingram. 

Park View: Mrs. J. M. Lassiter, Mrs. Forgia O'Brian, Mrs. W, E. Russell and Mr. L. H. 
Warren. 

Plain view: Mr. John Newton, Mr. Danny Ricks, Mrs. Claude Taylor and Mr. Odie Thomp- 
son. 

Pleasant Hill: Mi. Bany E\hs. 

Red Mountain: Mrs. Miimie Green Garrard and Mr. Elzzy Harris. 
/?ose o/^/jarort; Mr. Odice Earp and Mrs. (Garland) Cora Roberts. 

Temple: Mr. Asa Allen, Mr. Marvin Blalock, Miss Margaret Gates, Mrs. Lillian Cheek, Mrs. 
Bessie Dunnagan, Mr. J. E. Durham, Mrs. Rogert Hester, Mrs. C. M. Hi^ht, Mrs. Lela 
Jackson, Mrs. M. H. Linton, Mrs. O. W. Long, Mrs. Bruce A. Lowery, Mr. H. N. Mills, 
Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. Addie Pendergraph, Mrs. Gladys Perry, Mrs. LenaTalley, Mrs. W. 
G. Tate, Mrs. M. W. Tucker and Mr. E. R. Vickers. 

Trinity: Mrs. Gene Dismuke and Mrs. Lewis Fletcher. 

University: Mrs. WUber Kutz, Mrs. A. C. Rogers and Miss Julia Staples. 

Watts Street: Dr. Howard X. Bowling, Miss Bennie Cheek, Mrs. Sue A. Daniel, Mr. Hubert L. 
Garrard, Mr. Larry S. Hensley, Mr. Roy L. Smith, Mrs. George Tindall and Mrs. Clyde V. 
Umphlett, Sr. 

Westwood: Mr. Z. T. Broughten, Mr. James Evans, Miss Roxie Harris, Mrs. Frances Herzog, 
Mrs. Lessie Terrell and Mrs. Wallace Vickers. 

Yates: Mrs. Wallace Daniel, Mrs. Pearl Franklin, Mr. M. A. High, Mr. Adophus Pickett, Mrs. 
Edd Pickett and Mr. Norman Rigsbee. 



Church Directory 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CHURCHES 
PASTORS 



Church 



Mailing Address 



Telephone 



Pastor 



Angier Avenue . . . 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights . . . 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial. 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

First 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

HoUoway St 

Homestead Hgts. . 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowes Grove - . ■ • 

Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Hermon 

Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Pisgah 

Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 

Parkwood 

Plainview 

Pleasant Hill 

Red Mountain . . . 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon . . . 

Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



Box 11296, Durham 27703 

.Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 

'Rt. 3, Durham 27707 

1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 

Box 8022, Durham 27704 

.1204 Lynn Rd. 27703 

Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

.R-1, Box 195, MorrisvUle 27560. 

826 N. Hardee St. 27703 

3024 Pickett Rd. 27705 

.2703 HoUoway St. 27703 

R-2, Box 422A, Durham 27705. . 

1003 E. Main St. 27701 

R-7, Box 287, Durham 27707. . . 

.3321 Cheek Rd. 27704 

. 1815 Glenn School Rd. 27704. . . 

414 Cleveland St. 27701 

3315 E. Geer St. 27704 

1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 

Box 2686, Durham 27705 

.3102 Guess Rd. 27705 

HoUoway & Alma Sts. 27703 . . . 
4007 Holt School Rd. 27704 . . . 

6900 Garrett Rd. 27707 

3527 Hillsborough Rd. 27705 . . . 
2100 Chapel HiU Rd. 27707. . . . 

4430 S. Alston Ave. 27707 

R-3, Chapel HiU 27514 

R-6, Box 224, Qiapel HiU 27514. 

R-1, Pittsboro 27312 

R-1, Box 389, Durham 27705. . . 
.R-7, Box 182, Durham 27707. . . 

R-3, Apex 27502 

1^. Olive Branch Rd 27703 

R-4, Box 327, Durham 27703 . . . 

2500 Acadia St. 27704 

1517 Clermont Rd. 27707 

.R-5, Box 688, Durham 27704 . . . 

R-3, Pittsboro 27312 

Box 103, Rougemont 27572 

R-2, Box 180, Durham 27705 . . . 
'R-2, Rose of Sharon Rd. 27705 . . 

807 W. Chapel HiU St. 27701 

2123 So Hi Drive 27703 

Box 508, Chapel HiU 27514 

Box 3057, Durham 27705 

2031 W. Club Blvd. 27705 

2819 Chapel HiU Rd. 27707 

Supt. Missions 2821 Chapel HUl Rd. 27707 

Supt. Camp Grds R-6, Box 181A, Durham 27703. . 

Min. Y/F Service 2821 Chapel HiU Rd. 27707 



.596-6430. . . Crate Jones 
. . . Paul Alverson 
. . . Wade King 
.596-1407 . . . John Freeman (Interim) 
.477-6440. . . Clell Gibson 
.596-2592 . . .James E. West 

967-3056. . . Roy E. Capehart 

... Pat CoUins 
.682-8501. . . R. R. Pulley 

489-2655. . . Ned L. Mathews 
.596-7350. . . Gerald C. Goodwin 
.383-4263. . . Ernest H. Ferrell 
.682-3251. . . Malcolm Cadd 

489-4483. . . Parker S. Hooper 
.682-8750. . . Donald C. Cooper 
.682-1248. . . Winburn C. Davis, Jr. 

688-7308. . . R. F. Smith, Jr. 
.688-3947. . . JuUan M. Motley 
.688-6765. . . Fred A. King 
.286-2281. . . Malbert Smith, Jr. 
.477-4893. . . Ernest G. Holt 

688-4711. . . W. Gattis Perry 

477-3859. . . Ray L. Cumbee 

544-1909. . . Warren E. Kerr 
. 383-1422 . . . Russell Wimmer 

489-2537. . . Everette J. Smith 

544-1888. . . J. A. Fogleman 

929-5414. . . BiU Marler 

942-1265. .. R. H. KeUy 

542-3218. . . 

. 383-2982. . . Robert M. Winecoff 
489-3425 • . . Marshall Sargent 
. . . Nels Falk 
. . . Charles K. Gardner 
. . . A. D. Frazier 
477-7497. . . B. E. White, Jr. 
544-1347. . . J. B. Buchanan 
682-2591. . . Howard Corley 
. . . Ronnie L. Davis 
. . . Clarence Randolph 
.477-5426. . . Paul Couch 
.477-3993. . . Nelson Chambers 
.688-7397. . . Robert W. Bailey 
596-6407. . . James L. Jackson, Jr. 
942-2157. . . Henry Turhngton 
.286-7702. . . Robert F. McClernon 
.286-1593. . . Lawrence H. Knott 
489-2309. . . Ray K. Hodge 

489-3396. . . Hubert S. Mumford 
.596-6689. . . James C Funderburk 
489-3396. . . Boyce G. Kimball 



**N0 MAIL BOX AT CHURCH. SEND MAIL TO PASTOR'S HOME ADDRESS 



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ORDAINED MINISTERS OTHER THAN PASTORS 
AND CHURCH STAFF MEMBERS 



Name 



Address 



Church Occupation 

Grace R 

Grey Stone OM 

Watts St ED 

.Grace I 

Angier Ave I 

Mt. Pisgah R 

Watts St ED 

Temple ED 

Lystra R 

Cresset I 

Plainview R 

Grey Stone CH 

Watts St 1 

Grey Stone OM 

Watts St S 

Holloway St I 

University O 

Holloway St CW 

, First AW 

.Watts St CW 

.Holloway St. I 

. Holloway St I 

.Mt. Gilead R 

Holloway St AW 

Olive Branch OR 

University CW 

Watts St I 

Watts St CH 

.First CH 

.University CH 

Westwood R 

I' ieldcrest PI 

.Lystra CH 

. Mt. Carmel I 

.Cedar Fork I 

Grace I 

Watts St S 

Temple I 

. Durham Memorial. . . . R 
First 



Henry B. Anderson ... .1104 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701. 

Nocll Bell Rt. 1, Box 400, Durham 27705 

John F. Biggers John Umstead Hosp., Butncr 27509 . . 

James Bland 1208 Duke Univ. Rd., Durham 27705 

Leo T. Bridgors 2905 Monroe St., Durham 27705 ... . 

C. F. Byrd Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Qark Cahow 1106 Watts St., Durham 27701 

John W. Carlton P. O. Box 1027, Wake l orest 27587 . . 

Leon Cheek Rt. 3, Chapel HiU 27514 

Aaron Conn 2405 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27707 . 

K. R. Crabtree Redwood Rd., Durham 27704 

Boyce Creamer W. Knox St., Durham 27705 

Ronald Davis 2015 Woodland Dr., Durham 27704 . 

Howard Ellis Howe St., Lot 60, Durham 27705 . . . 

WiUiam H. Hall 817 Green St., Durham 27701 

Hunter Hobgood 2707 Davie Dr., Durham 27704 

John Holbrook Durham 

Samuel M. James 2605 Faucette Ave., Durham 27704 . 

Boyce KimbaU 1800 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 

David May 4013 Chaucer dr., Durham 27705. . . 

A. S. Melvin 1152 Delano St., Durham 27703 

Lucian Moody 1209 Holloway St., Durham 27703. . 



Rt. 1, Box 138, Pittsboro 27312 

1 108 Raynor St., Durham 27703 . . . 
Rt. 5, Patterson Rd., Durham 27703 



Roy A. Morris .... 
Hubert S. Mumford 

Hugh Nichols 

R. E. Phillips Chapel Hill 27514 . 

Coolidge Porterfield . . 2839 Chapel Hill Rd 
Andrew C. Puckett . 
Aubrey Quakenbush 



., Durham 27707 . . 
.944 Lambeth Circle, Durham 27705 . . . 

.3349 Denise St., Durham 27704 

Fred Reid Rt. 1, Durham 27705 

O. L. Riggs 2705 Woodmont Dr., Durham 27705 . . . 

Wyatt L. Scott 1013 Hale St., Durham 27705 

Fred Senter Rt. 3, Chapel HiU 27514 

Vernon Sparrow Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Louis T. Stokes 3081 Mt. Gilead Rd., Atlanta, Ga 3031 1 

Ted G. Stone 5114 Pine Trail Dr., Durham 27705 

Alan Thorpe Out of County (studying) 

C. S. Waters 1225 Poplar St., Garner 27529 

Hugh Watkins 2607 Tuckawanna Ave., Durham 27703. 

Steve Williams 2709 Landis Dr., Durham 27705 



R 

OM 
ED 
I 

CH 
S 



Retired 

Ordained Minister 

Education 

Inactive 

Chaplain 

Student 



O Other church related work 

CW Convention wide denominational worker 

AW Associational worker 

OR Other retired 

PI Part-time interim 



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LICENSED MINISTERS NOW MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH 



Name Address Church 

Stephen D. Ackerman 3023 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 Yates 

Edward Bishop 6411 Whitt Rd., Durham 27705 Rose of Sharon 

Marvin Byrd Savannah, Georgia Fieldcrest 

George Dillon 4111 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 Trinity 

Joe Errington 301 Swift Ave., Apt. 13, Durham 27705 Homestead Hgts. 

Leland A. Kerr 4125 King Charles Rd., Durham 27707 Hope Valley 

J. A. Moore 3516 Guess Rd., Durham 27705 Guess Rd. 

Harry Oakley Ridgecrest 

Gerald Payne, Jr 1313 Qinton Rd., Durham 27703 Trinity 

Ronald Rowe 130 Ridgecrest St., Toccoa Falls, Ga Temple 

Greg Stanley Ridgecrest 

Coy Yates 1308 Kent St., Durham, 27707 Grace 



ASSOCIATE PASTORS 



Church Name Address 

Carrboro M. W. Alsobrooks 309 N. Lindsey St., Carrboro 27510 

First L. Alan Sasser 810 Demerius St., Durham 27701 

Temple M. Clay Warf 417 W. Markham Ave., Durham 27701 

University Charles Midkiff 415 Thornwood Rd., Chapel HiU 27514 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 



MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 



Church Name Address 

Angier Ave Steve Ackerman Box 11296, Durham 27703 

First Leath C. Johnson, Jr 5120 Partridge St., Durham 27704 

Grace Doug West 2613 Ferrand Dr., Durham 27703 

Grey Stone .William T. Brogden 2109 Pershing St., Durham 27705 

Guess Rd David R. Pierceall 3106 Guess Rd., Durham 27705 

Lakewood Dwaine Coley 1716 James St., Durham 27707 

University Charles Midkiff 415 Thornwood Rd., Chapel HiU 27514 

Watts St James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 



MISSION PASTORS 



Church Name Address 

First Thad Ashley 2612 Roxboro Rd., Durham 27704 

John Williams 411 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 



YOUTH DIRECTORS 



Church Name Address 

Cheek Heights Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Conner . . . Rt. 5, Creech Rd., Durham 27704 

Cresset Jimmy Kelly 3024 Pickett Rd., Durham 27705 

Faith Howard FUis 3321 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 

First Randy Robinson 411 Qeveland St., Durham 27701 

Gorman Mrs. Terry Blinsmon 3519V2E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace Doug West 2613 Ferrand Dr., Durham 27705 



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Grey Stone George Archer P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 

Guess Road David R. Pierceall 3106 Guess Rd., Durham 27705 

HoUoway St Dudley Penton 826 N. Hardee St., Durham 27703 

Homestead Hgts Joe Errington 301 Swift, Apt. 13, Durham 27705 

Lakewood Dwaine Coley 1716 James St., Durham 27707 

Lystra Rev. & Mrs. Leon Gieek Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mt. Hermon Clyde Buckner 2415 State St., Durham 27705 

Mt. Moriah Miss Wanda Carroll 4814 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Mt. Pisgah Mr. & Mrs. Bob Hudson Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Park View Miss Gloria Kimball 1800 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 

Plainview Tony McLean Rt. 5, Box 668, Durham 27704 

Ridgecrest Greg Stanley Rt. 2, Box 180, Durham 27705 

University John Rast 808 Green St., Durham 27701 

Watts St James E. Grant P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 



SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 

Church Name Address 

Angier Avenue Timothy Holleman 306'/2 Cherry Grove St., Durham 27703 

Bells B E. Mason, Jr Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Berea R. J. Rothgeb 3004 University Dr., Durham 27707 

Bethesda Tommy Kerr R-4, Box 383-A, Durham 27703 

Braggtown Jack H. Tilley 2802 Broad St., Durham 27704 

Calvary Kenneth Ferrell 3714 Ester Dr., Durham 27703 

Carrboro Lloyd Senter Box 397, Carrboro 27510 

Cedar 1 ork R. M. Proctor Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Horace Adcock 2517 Ardsley Dr., Durham 27704 

Cresset Q. C. Durham 2914 Shannon Rd., Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial .... Lewis Teasley 3303 HoUoway St., Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Sam Riley Rt. 1, Linden Rd, Durham 27705 

Edgemont J. T. Blackley 301 S. Benjamin St., Durham 27703 

Ephesus Darrell Kennedy 4001 CornwaUis Rd., Durham 27705 

Faith Hugh Hicks 1903 Medallion Dr., Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Thomas Ellis 2116 Camden Ave., Durham 27704 

First George Williams 206 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 

Gorman E. H. Denny Rt. 5, Box 177, Durham 27704 

Grace D. W. Porterfield 3 128 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 

Grey Stone E. B. Honeycutt 1009 Dacian Ave., Durham 27701 

Guess Road Charhe Garden 3130 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 

HoUoway St Loney C. Morton 1312 Clarendon St., Durham 27705 

Homestead Hgts Carol Scott 109 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 

Hope VaUey Eddie Talley Rt. 3, Box 227, Durham 27707 

Immanuel Edgar Morgan 618 Morreene Rd., Durham 27705 

Lakewood Fred Howell 2415 Vesson Ave, Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove J. Frank Shipp 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 

Lystra Hubert Oakley Rt. 3, Box 21 8, Chapel HiU 275 14 

Mt. Carmel Martin Sparrow Rt. 6, Box 244, Chapel HiU 27514 

Mt. Gilead Johnny Hearne Rt. 1, Box 36-A5, Pittsboro 27312 

Mt. Hermon Boyce C. Link Rt. 2, Box 476, Durham 27705 

Mt. Moriah Thomas Harrison Rt. 7, Box 20, Durham 27707 

Mt. Pisgah J. E. Booth Rt. 3, 240, Durham 27707 

Olive Branch George Ray Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 

Page Road O. C. MitchcU, Jr 838 Glenco Rd., Durham 27703 

Park View Richard Utley 5107 Pine Trail Dr., Durham 27705 

Parkwood Bruce Cobbs 1714 Euchd Rd., Durham 27707 

Plainview J. I". Johnson Rt. 6, Box 548H, Durham 27703 

Pleasant HiU Bryce Poe Pittsboro 2731 2 

Red Mountain Philip EUis Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572 



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Ridgecrest Grady Elliott 10 Twin Oak Dr., Durham 27704 

Rose of Sharon Boyd Browning 3125 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 

Temple Charles M. Walker 3619 Medford Rd., Durham 27705 

Trinity A. L. O'Briant 1920 Leonard St., Durham 27703 

University James Abernathy R-4, Virginia Dr., Qiapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Westwood Gerald Bullock 4304 Samoa Court, Durham 27705 

Yates John Woody, Jr 1111 Huntington Ave., Durham 27707 



TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS 



Church Name Address 

Angier Avenue Ruby Lee Tyndall 110 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham 27703 

Bells Mrs. Billy Butler Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 

Berea G. H. Shepherd 909 Demerius St., Durham 27701 

Bethesda Gene Floyd 4607 Hollomon Rd., Durham 27703 

Calvary Merle Edmonds 716 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 

Cedar Fork Mrs. J. E. Sanders Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Cresset J. T. Whaley Rt. 7, Box 75, Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial. . . . David B. Price 231 Hoover Rd., Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. Robert McBroom Rt. 2, Box 198, Hillsborough 27278 

Ephesus Curtis Booker Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 27514 

Faith Joseph Tucker 23 Faith Dr., Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest James Thompson 2908 Camberly Dr., Durham 27704 

Gorman William Sparrow Rt. 5, Box 795, Durham 27704 

Grey Stone W. T. Brogden 2109 Pershing St., Durham 27705 

Guess Road Dewitt Cash Box 6081, College Sta., Durham 27706 

Holloway Street W. Ray Woodall 1 145 Fiske St.. Durham 27703 

Hope Valley S. Eric Kyles 6310 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Immanuel Brevard Brown 611 Morreene Rd., Durham 27705 

Lowe's Grove Miss Nannie Mae Herndon . . . Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham 27707 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Grover Clayton Rt. 1, Box 378, Durham 27705 

Olive Branch Robert Williamson 427 Belmont Dr., Durham 27703 

Page Road J. R. Tilley Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 

Park View Edward Jennings 404 Seven Oaks Dr., Durham 27704 

Parkwood H. Mac Williams 4906 Revere Rd., Durham 27707 

Plainview Doyle Griffin 2609 Ross Rd., Durham 27703 

Red Mountain A.M. Hall, Jr Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Ridgecrest T. S. Maples 402 Sandlewood Dr., Durham 27704 

Trinity E. L. Bradley 2006 Walnut St., Durham 27705 

University Charles Midkiff 415 Thornwood Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Westwood E. E. Bowen 142 Baldwin Dr., Durham 27705 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS \ 



Church Name Address 

Angier Avenue Frank Gibbs 1307B Leon St., Durham 27705 

Bethesda Lunsford Williams 4424 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 

Cheek Heights A. L. Pender 712 Berwyn Dr., Durham 27704 

Cresset W. E. Byrd, Jr 1015 Monmouth Ave., Durham 27701 

Fieldcrest James Thompson 2908 Camberly Dr., Durham 27704 

Grey Stone W. T. Brogden 2109 Pershing St., Durham 27705 

Homestead Heights . . . W. Ray Rogers 2538 Fairlawn Ave., Durham 27705 

Lakewood Charles Rigsbee 2322 Cardinal Dr., Durham 27707 



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Mt. Carmei Vernon Sparrow Rt. 3, Chapel HUI 27514 

Mt. Gilead E. M. Carpenter Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 

Mt. Hermon William T. Dorrity 2306 Gate Hill Dr., Durham 27705 

Rose of Sharon Edward Bishop 6411 Whitt Rd., Durham 27705 

Trinity George Dillon 4111 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTORS 



Church Name Address 

Angler Avenue Mrs. J. A. Deal 227 N. Briggs Ave., Durham 27703 

Bells Mrs. James Horton Rt. 3, Ape.x 27502 

Berea Mrs. Bennie Rich Rt. 3, Box 336, Durham 27707 ^> 

Bcthesda Mrs. Henry Martin 4319 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. Bobby L. Meeks 2314 Overland Dr., Durham 27704 

Calvary Mrs. Don Christian 307 Spring Rd.. Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Josie Perry 211 Bim St., Carrboro 27510 

Cedar Fork Mrs. J. H. Shipp Rt. 1, Box 207, Morrisvillc 27560 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Oiarles Toomcy 1702 Forest Rd., Durham 27705 

Cresset Mrs. Marshall Mangum 2203 Univ. Dr., Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial .... Mrs. MiUard Page 3120 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. GusF . Riley Rt. 1, Box 307, Durham 27705 

Edgemont Mrs. G. T. Knight 3217 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 

Ephesus Mrs. Parker S. Hooper Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

Fieldcrest Mrs. George Emory 3325 Glenn Rd., Durham 27 704 

1 irst Mrs. Eeland Williams 2729 Sevier Rd., Durham 27705 

Gorman Mrs. R. E. Broughton 3753 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace Mrs. Travis Hall 648 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27701 

Grey Stone Mrs. P. G. Bryant, Jr 711 Hammond St., Durham 27704 

Guess Road Mrs. K. W. Sorrell 623 Horton Rd., Durham 27704 

HoUoway Street Mrs. John K. McGranahan . . . 2104 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27704 

Homestead Heights . . . Mrs. E. F. Dollar 5126 Pine Trail Dr., Durham 27704 

Immanual Mrs. Rufus Bali 3508 E. Oak Dr., Durham 27705 

Eakewood Mrs. Everette Smith 1923 Ward St., Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. J. Alhson Fogleman 4424 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 

Lystra Miss Vivian Cole Rt. 3, Box 203, Chapel HUI 27514 

Mt. Carmei Mrs. E. G. Merritt 1108 S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. H. N. Carpenter, Sr Rt. 1, Box 201, Pittsboro 27312 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. William T. Dorrity 2306 Gate Hill Dr., Durham 27705 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Charles Brown 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Elizabeth Woods Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Olive Branch Mrs. Lester Owen 3014 HoUoway St., Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. W. E. Rice Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 

Park View Mrs. J.J. Griffin 700 Hammond St., Durham 27704 

Parkwood Mrs. C V. Jayne 1813 EucUd Rd., Durham 27707 

Plainview Mrs. Edna Goss Rt. 5, Box 465, Durham 27704 

Pleasant HiU Mrs. Judith Parrish Rt. 3, Box 196, Pittsboro 27312 

Red Mountain Mrs. Lois M. Gates R-2, Harris Rd., Rougemont 27572 

Ridgecrest Mrs. W. A. Crabtree Rt. 2, Box 221, Durham 27705 

Rose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunnagan 1703 Umstead Rd., Durham 27705 

Temple Mrs. B. H. West 3402 RoUinghill Rd., Durham 27705 

Trinity Mrs. B. R. O'Briant 1912 So-Hi Dr., Durham 27703 

University Mrs. Charles Midkiff 415 Thornwood Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Hubert H. Rand 3000 Devon Rd., Durham 27707 

Westwood Mrs. E. C. Sykes 3006 Alabama Ave. Ext., Durham 27705 

Yates Mrs. R. A. Stock 2505 Nation Ave., Durham 27707 



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MUSIC DIRECTORS 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Angier Avenue Donna Martin 

Bells Mrs. Eustace Horton . . 

Berea G. H. Shepherd 

Bethesda Gias. Benfield 

Braggtown Mrs. John Snyder 

Calvary Mrs. I red Blackwood . . 

Carrboro Mrs. PhiUip Andrews . . 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Dennis F. Couch. . 

Cheek Heights Kenneth Kelley 

Cresset W F. Byrd, Jr 

Durham Memorial. . . . Mrs. Jean Howerton . . . 

Ebenezer Mrs. Ernest H. l errell. . 

Edgemont Ray Melton 

E-phesus Larry Hicks 

Faith Mrs. George Fletcher . . 

Fieldcrest Phillip Stinnett 

First John T. Laverty 

Gorman Mrs. Terry Blinsmon . . . 

Grace M. M. Meredith 

Grey Stone Geo. Archer 

Guess Road David R. Pierceall 

Holloway Street Dudley Penton 

Homestead Heights. . . Joseph McGugan 

Hope Valley Bruce J . Benton, Jr. . . . 

Immanuel Mrs. David Bell 

Lakewood Dwaine Coley 

Lystra Donald E. Parrish . . . 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. Johnny Heumc . . . 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Carlton O. Couch . 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Linwood Crabtree 

Mt. Pisgah Mrs. Lucille Horton . . . 

Olive Branch Morris Currin 

Page Road Mrs. J. R. Tilley 

Park View Mrs. N. R. Hunter 

Parkwood Mrs. H. Mac Williams . . 

Red Mountain A.M. Hall, Jr 

Ridgecrest Everette Coats 

Rose of Sharon Edward Bishop 

Temple A. Lewis Martin 

Trinity Grant Payne, Sr 

University Gordon Spice 

Watts Street E. Kenneth Harrell. . . . 

Westwood Perry Norris 

Yates Mrs. Philip Whitaker . . . 



.201 S. Maple St., Durham 27703 

-Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

.909 Demerius St., Durham 27701 

.1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 

D-6 Camelot Apts., Chapel Hill 27514 

130 Wilkins Dr., Bo.x 8-A, Durham 27703 

.417 S. Greensboro St., Carrboro 27510 
Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 
3201 HoUoway St., Durham 27703 
1015 Monmouth Ave., Durham 27701 
2703 HoUoway St. 27703 
4008 Chaucer Dr., Durham 27705 

.1003 E. Main St. 27701 

.Rt. 6, Box 10, Qiapel HiU 27514 

613 Mineral Springs Rd., Durham 27703 

2314 Woodrow St., Durham 27705 

.1006 North St., Durham 27701 

.3519'/2 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
21 2 W. Trinity Ave., Durham 27701 

.Box 2686, Durham 27705 
3106 Guess Rd., Durham, 27705 

. Holloway & Alma Sts. 27703 

.2531 I'airlawn Ave., Durham 27705 
P. O. Box 8214, Durham 27704 
947 Lambeth Circle, Durham 27705 

. 1716 James St., Durham 27707 
Rt. 3, Box 222, Chapel HiU 27514 
Rt. 1, Box 36-A5, Pittsboro 27312 
4813 West HiUs Dr., Durham 27705 
Rt. 7, Box 186, Durham 27707 
Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

3811 Wake Forest Hwy.. Durham 27703 
. Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 
. 2101 Ruffin St., Durham 27705 

4906 Revere Rd., Durham 27707 
.Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Rt. 8, Box 260, Durham 27704 
. 641 1 Whitt Rd., Durham 27705 
. 1016 Sycamore St., Durham 27707 
. 1313 Clinton Rd., Durham 27703 

10-1 Sharon Heights Apts., Chapel HUl 27514 

P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

1101 IredeU St., Durham 27705 
. 25-D Colonial Apts., Durham 27707 



ORGANISTS 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Angier Avenue 

BeUs 

Berea 

Bethesda 



. . Mrs. D. T. Jones 603 W. Markham Ave., Durham 27701 

. .Mrs. Clarence Goodwin Rt. 2, Apex 27502 

. .Mrs. Ralph EUis Rt. 7, Durham 27707 

. . Mrs. A. G. Critcher Rt. 4, LeesvUle Rd. 27703 

Braggtown Barry Teasley Rt. 5, Box 282, Durham 27704 

Calvary Mrs. Fred Blackwood 130 Wilkins Dr., Durham 27703 

Carrboro PhUlip Andrews 417 S. Greensboro St., Carrboro 27510 

Cedar I'ork Miss Cathy Green Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Edwin Bryant Rt. 6, Penrod Rd., Durham 27703 



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^^resset Mrs. Miriam Davis 3905 Garrett Rd.. Durham 27705 

Durham Memorial .... Mrs. Cecil Vaughn 2522 Holloway St., Durham 27703 

tbenezer Mrs. Lois Harder P. O. Box 272, Hillsborough 27278 

tdgcmont Mrs. C. R. Pickett Rt. 7, Bo.x 199, Durham 27707 

tphesus Urry Hicks Rt. 5, Box 10 Littlejohn Rd, 27514 

f^ith Mrs. Burnicc Smith 3117 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 

F ieldcrest Mrs. Michael O'Quinn 3119 Colclough St., Durham 27704 

^ if^t John T. Laverty 1006 North St., Durham 27701 

tiorman Mrs. L. S. Thomerson Rt. 5, Box 439, Durham 27704 

Grace S. Allen Lloyd 909 Leon St., Durham 27704 

Grey Stone Mrs. Phillip Hartung 225 Landsbury Dr., Durham 27707 

Guess Road Miss Peggy Oayton 2715 Carver St., Durham 27705 

Holloway St Mrs. George W. Browning. . . .4424 Ryan St., Durham 27704 

Homestead Heights . Mrs. Robert Helms 3410 Duke Homestead Rd., Durham 27704 

Hope VaUey Mrs. Marvin R. Pridgen 3923 Swarthmore Dr., Durham 27707 

Immanuel Mrs. David BeU 947 Lamberth Circle, Durham 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. J. Cecil Howard 1408 James St., Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Miss Debbie Howe Rt. 3, Durham 27707 

Lystra Mrs. Roy Williams Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Kenneth Vickers Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mt. GUead Mrs. Auburn Tripp Siler City Rd., Pittsboro 27312 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Carlton O. Couch 4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Clyde Carrol, Jr 3518 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 

Mt Pisgah Mrs. Carl I errell Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Olive Branch Mr. Robert Williamson 427 Belmont Dr., Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. J. R. TUley Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 

Park View Mrs. B. F. White, Jr 251 3 Wilbon St., Durham 27704 

Plainview Vivian Royster 2107 I errell Road, Durham 27704 

Pleasant Hill Miss Vicky Thomas Rt. 3, Pittsboro 2731 2 

Red Mountain Mrs. Sidney Ellis Rt. 2, Rougcmont 27572 

Ridgecrest Miss Denise Chase Rt. 1, Box 118, Bahama 27503 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. James Milton Belcher. . . Rt. 2, Guess Road, Durham 27705 

Temple Miss Vangie M. Horton 2112 Broad St. Apt. E-87, Durham 27705 

University Mrs. Robert C. Culton Lakeshore Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Mr. L. Kenneth Harrell P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Westwood Mrs. L. L. Stallings 4422 Ryan St., Durham 27704 

Yates Mrs. J. W. Brown 3507 Rugby Rd., Durham 27707 



DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES 



Church Name Address 



Angier Ave 


. . Isaac 1 . Rowland 


204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 


Bethesda 


. . .Mrs. Gcort'c Cudic 


1232 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 


Braggtown 


. . Mrs. 1 rank Nelson 


1519 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 


Carrboro 


. . Mrs. W. C. Cole 


1430 Smith Level Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 


Cresset 


. . Mrs. Ollie Yergan 


3710 llulan Dr., Durham 27705 


Durham Memorial . . 


. . Mrs. Lennie Lee 


2525 Holloway St., Durham 27703 


Lbenezer 


. . Mrs. Robert Walker 


. . .Rt. 2, Pleasant Cireen Rd., Durham 27705 


Lphesus 


. . Mrs. S. W. Stanley 


3720 Cliapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 


Fieldcrest 


. .Mrs. Phillip Stinnett 


2314 Woodrow St., Durham 27705 


First 


. Mrs. William G. Grasier, Jr. . . 


. . . 2330 Hilton Ave., Apt. 17, Durham 27707 


Gorman 


. . Mrs. Sterling Gann 


1504 Logan St., Durham 27704 


Grey Stone 


. . Mrs. John 1 reeman 


271 1 Holloway St., Durham 27703 


Lakewood 


. . Mrs. Thurman Harris 


1008 Iredell St., Durham 27705 


Lowe's Grove 


. Miss Nancy L. Herndon 


. . . Rt. 3, Durham, N. C 27707 


Lystra 


. . Miss Pam Oakley 


Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Mt. Carmel 


. . Mrs. Ben I . Cheek 


Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 


Mt. Gilead 


. . Mrs. A. L. Heme 


Rt. 3, Pittsboro 2731 2 


Mt. Moriah 


. . Miss Wanda Carrol 


4814 Frwin Rd., Durham 27705 


.Mt. Pisgah 


. . Gene \ . Sears 


Rt. 3, Apex 27502 


Page Road 


. . Richard T. Wall 


. . Rt. 6, Box 404, Durham 27703 



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Park View Mrs. Glen Long Rt. 8, Box 212, Durham 27704 

Plainview Mrs. Alta Hilton Mannix Rd., Durham 27704 

Ridgecrest Mrs. W. A. Crabtree Rt. 2, Box 221, Durham 27705 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. D. L. Webster, Jr 3141 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 

Temple Mr. David B. Washburn 1000 North Duke St., No. 7, Durham 27701 

Trinity Mrs. Robert Smith 1907 Leonard St., Durham 27703 

University Mrs. Ray Windier Holloway Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts St Mrs. Eleanor S. Whitfield P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Westwood Mrs. Linwood S. Tew 706 Frazier St., Durham, N. C. 

Yates Mrs. Z. G. Gwaltney 2616 Wedgedale, Durham 27704 



CHURCH CLERKS 



Church Phone 

Angler Avenue 596-5581 • 

Bells 362-6613. 

Berea 286-1198. 

Bethesda 596-5388. 

Braggtown 477-2332. 

Calvary 596-2586. 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 596-6274. 

Cheek Heights 682-8678. 

Cresset 489-5082. 

Durham Memorial. . . . 596-7046. 

Ebenezer 383-3155. 

Edgemont 682-3215. 

Ephesus 489-8736. 

Faith 688-3514. 

Fieldcrest 682-6839. 

First 682-3962. 

Gorman 682-5929- 

Grace 477-3283. 

Grey Stone 286-9842. 

Guess Road 477-2403- 

Holloway Street 682-8397- 

Homestead Hgts 477-3738. 

Hope VaUey 544-2788- 

Immanuel 489-8382- 

Lakewood 489-7309. 

Lowe's Grove 544-165 2- 

Lystra 942-2659- 

Mt- Carmel 929-1409. 

Mt-GUead 542-3707. 

Mt. Hermon 477-3895. 

Mt. Moriah 489-4897. 

Mt. Pisgah 362-6008. 

Olive Branch 596-8442. 

Page Road 596-6134. 

Park View 383-2824. 

Parkwood 544-1913. 

Plainview 682-6274. 

Pleasant HiU 542-3880. 

Red Mountain 477-3774. 

Ridgecrest 477-4660 . 

Rose of Sharon 383-1643. 

Temple 383-2620- 

Trinity 596-4644- 

University 542-4025- 

Watts Street 286-7702- 

Westwood 383-2791- 

Yates 489-3002. 



Name Address 

Mrs. I. F. Rowland 204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

Mrs. B. L- Mason, Jr Rt- 3, Apex 27502 

G. H. Shepherd 909 Demerius St., Durham 27701 

Mrs- Ruby B- Massey Rt. 4, Box 228A, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Royce L. Jeffries 3704 Hermine St., Durham 27705 

Mrs. James Hutchins 915 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Dolly S. Swaim 1005 HiUsboro St., Carrboro 275 1 

Mrs. Johnnie W. Evans Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Mrs. Pauline W. Faucette 2801 Fawn St. 27705 

Mrs. Mamie B. Silsbee 64B Colonial Apts-, Durham 27707 

Miss Judith Faipler 1105 Wellons Dr-, Durham 27703 

Mrs- G. F. Riley Rt- 1, Box 307, Durham 27705 

Miss Brenda K. Coffield 1003 E. Main St., Durham 27701 

Mrs. Gordon Pope Rt. 7, Box 268, Durham 27707 

Mrs. Darryl Morris 3218 Pembroke Rd., Durham 27704 

Mrs. William R. Riley, Jr 2918 Davie Dr., Durham 27704 

Miss Maggie Morris 1410 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 

Mrs. A- D- Fogleman 2504 E- Geer St., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Jack Royal 3103 Shaftsbury St., Durham 27704 

J. Leonard Rigsbee 2006 Sunset Ave., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Paul A. Mitchell 2606 Newport Dr., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Tyson M. Kirk 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Harold T. EUis 4305 Holt School Rd., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Pauline M. Lewter Rt. 3, Box 266B, Durham 27707 

Mrs. E. C. Cannon 3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Everett Ragan 2308 Huron Cr., Durham 27707 

Mrs. James Barringer Rt. 3, Box 79, Durham 27707 

Mrs. Harold McCoy Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Ben F. Cheek Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Roy A. Morris Rt. 1, Box 138, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. Worth B. Shelton, Jr 317 Morreene Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs. Ethel T. Crabtree 4719 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Leon J. Goodwin Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Mrs- C- E. Garden P. O- Box 11267, Durham 27703 

Mrs. W. E. Rice Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 

Clarence L. Yearwood, Jr 2622 Newquay St., Durham 27705 

Kirby Wooton 4706 Revere Rd., Durham 27707 

. Mrs. James F. Johnson Rt. 6, Box 548-H, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Julian Thomas Rt. 3, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs- A. M. Hall, Jr Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Mrs. Ralph Clements Rt. 1, Box 271, Bahama 27503 

Miss Edith Dunnagan 1703 Umstead Rd., Durham 27705 

E. L. Kerley, Jr 2808 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs- B- R- O'Briant 1912 So-Hi Dr-, Durham 27703 

B. B. Sparrow 100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Eleanor S. Whitfield P. O- Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Mrs. A- J. Frankenstein 3703 Knollwood Dr-, Durham 27705 

Mrs. W. O. Petty, Jr 3816 Swathmore Dr., Durham 27707 



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CHURCH TREASURERS 



Church Phone 

Angier Ave. 596-7373. 

BeUs 362-6840. 

Berea 286-1198. 

Bethesda 596-7433- 

Braggtown 477-6753. 

Canary .596-6862 . 

Carrboro 929-2217. 

Cedar Fork 544-1585. 

Cheek Heights 596-8361. 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial .... 596-7575 

Ebenezer 732-3855 . 

Edgemont 489-6323. 

Ephesus 489-8736 . 

Faith 688-7766. 

Fieldcrest 682-0041. 

First 682-6427. 

Gorman 688-6427. 

Grace 477-6677. 

Grey Stone 383-2907. 

Guess Road 477-6130. 

HoUoway Street 682-4196. 

Homestead Heights . . . 477-6766. 

Hope VaUey 544-1027. 

Immanuel 383-2864. 

Lakewood 489-8944 . 

Lowe's Grove 544-2314. 

Lystra 942-5305. 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 542-3430. 

Mt. Hermon 383^244. 

Mt. Moriah 489-4474. 

Mt. Pisgah 544-2247. 

Olive Branch 596-6181. 

Page Road 596-6134 

Park View 477-5369. 

Parkwood 544-2773. 

Plainview 596-5664. 

Pleasant Hill 542-3317. 

Red Mountain 477-3079- 

Ridgecrest 477-3478. 

Rose of Sharon 477-2797 - 

Temple 477-5169- 

Trinity 362-6884. 

University 942-4491 . 

Watts Street 286-7702 . 

Westwood 489-8123. 

Yates 489-3002. 



Name . Addiess 

Fred Rhodes P. O. Box 77, Durham 27702 

Mrs. James Horton Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

G. H. Shepherd 909 Demerius St., Durham 27701 

Norman Stallings 2515 Rolling Pines Rd., Durham 27703 

. Crandall Nelson 805 Murray Ave., Durham 27704 

. Don Christian 307 Spring Rd., Durham 27703 

. Mrs. Howard Hearn 818 W. Main St., Carrboro 27510 

Mrs. Ediwin Green Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Mrs. D. J. Smith, Jr 261 1 Wedgedale Dr., Durham 27703 

W. Ernest Byrd, Jr 1015 Monmouth Ave. 27701 

- Mrs- Lewis Teasley 3303 HoUoway St., Durham 27703 

. Mrs. Lester BaU .531 Alma Ave., Hillsborough 27278 

.B. F. Denning 1912 Wallace St., Durham 27707 

. Gordon Pope Rt. 7, Box 268, Durham 27707 

. Mrs. Elbert Murphey 1506 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27701 

. James Thompson 2908 Camberly Dr., Durham 27704 

H. L. Ferguson 1818Glendale Ave., Durham 27701 

L. H. Veazey 3621 Gooch Rd., Durham 27704 

. A. C. HoUoway 107 E. Murray Ave., Durham 27704 

Donald Whitworth 4710 West HUls Dr., Durham 27705 

J. T. Hargis 2902 Carver St., Durham 27705 

Lyman L. Wood 1210 Park Avenue, Durham 27701 

Spurgeon Buchanan 220 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 

. Jesse L. Parrish Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham 27707 

. Mrs. Jake Beane 4101 Neal Rd., Durham 27705 

. Mrs. Mary Ward 1718 James St., Durham 27707 

Mrs. Peggy E. Barringer Rt. 3, Box 79, Durham 27707 

Mrs. Jesse Romeyn Smith Level Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

. Mrs. Ben F. Cheek Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 

Auburn Tripp SUer City Rd., Rt.-3, Pittsboro 27312 

. Mrs. Wayland A. Godwin Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel HiU 27514 

. Charles E. Brown 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

. Mrs. J. E. Booth Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham 27707 

. Mrs. J. M. Mangum Rt. 6, Box 589, Durham. 27703 

.W. E. Rice Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 

. E. M. Oakley 317 Howard St., Durham 27704 

. F. D. Biddy 119 Montclair Cir., Durham 27707 

. Miss Kaye O'Brien Rt. 6, Box 88, Durham 27703 

. Andrew Ellis Rt. 3, Pittsboro 27312 

. Mrs. Sidney Ellis Rt. 2, Box 245, Rougemont 27572 

. Miss Doris Crabtree Rt. 8, Sandlewood Dr-, Durham 27704 

. Robert Lee Hutchings 3214 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 

. R. Zack Long 614 Bon Air Ave., Durham 27704 

. Gerald G. Payne, Sr 1313 Clinton Rd. 27703 

. Mrs. Alfred Brandon 127 North St., Chapel HiU 27514 

. Mrs. Eleanor S. Whitfield P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

. R. L. TerreU 5711 Woodberry Rd., Durham 27707 

. W. O. Petty, Jr 3816 Swathmore Dr., Durham 27707 



CHAIRMAN OF DEACONS 



Church Name Address 

Angier Ave. Harvey Craig 229 Hester Rd., Durham 27703 

BeUs Earl Parker Rt. 2, Apex 27502 

Berea R- J. Rothgeb 3004 University Dr., Durham 27707 

Bethesda Robert Goodwin 1810 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Frank Nelson 1519 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 

Calvary Coy O. Watson 1212 Lynn Rd., Durham 27705 

Carrboro Carl Ellington Box 206, Carrboro 27510 

Cedar Fork J. Lewis Colclough R-1, MorrisvUle 27560 

Cheek Hgts Earl Anderson 1141 Delano St., Durham 27703 

Cresset Jesse T. Cole 2938 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial W. Exie Andrews 2706 Wedgedale Ave., Durham 27703 



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Ebenezer Erwin Dillehay 3804 Rivermont Rd., Durham 27705 

Edgemont A. Douglas Barbee 122 Lattimore Lane, Durham 27707 

Ephesus Arnold Capps 3523 Sayward Dr., Durham 27707 

Faith M. Floyd Hicks 239 Debra Dr., Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Thomas C. Ellis 2116 Camden Ave., Durham 27704 

First A. B. Comer 2419 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

Gorman H. A. Wall 1606 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace J.N. Strawbridge 446 Continental Dr., Durham 27705 

Grey Stone C. E. Shepherd 2403 Englewood Ave., Durham 27705 

Guess Road Dewitt Cash Box 6081 CS., Durham 27708 

Holloway St Paul H. Babinec 1300 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

Homestead Hgts J. W. Warren 223 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 

Hope Valley Eddie Talley R-3, Box 227, Durham 27707 

Immanuel Brevard Brown 611 Morreene Rd., Durham 27705 

Lakewood Stewart C. Rigsbee Box 8615, Durham 27707 

Lowes Grove Clarence C. Gilmore R-4, Box 88, Durham 27703 

Lystra John A. Oldham R-3, Box 200, Chapel HiU 27514 

Mt. Carmel R. L. Blackwood Rt. 3, Chapel HUl 27514 

Mt. Gilead Eddie M. Carpenter Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 

Mt. Hermon Wm. G. Clayton 5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 

Mt. Moriah Clyde CarroU, Jr 4814 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Mt. Pisgah .Wallace Markham Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Olive Branch Morris Currin 3811 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 

Page Road H. E. Page Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Park View Coy McLean 1206 Donphil Rd., Durham 27705 

Parkwood Billy R. Kirby 116 Oliver Lane, Durham 27707 

Plainview Arthur Jenks R-5, Box 298, Durham 27704 

Pleasant HiU Julian N. Thomas Rt. 3, Pittsboro 27312 

Red Mountain E. W. Crabtree Rt. 1, Rougemont 27572 

Ridgecrest Tom S. Maples 402 Sandlewood Dr., Durham 27704 

Rose of Sharon WUliam Garrard 3240 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 

Temple Wallace S. Pickard 1210 Bivins St., Durham 27707 

Trinity Charles Owens 2205 Eastwood Dr., Durham 27703 

University Atwood Askew R-5, Box 500 Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts St Floyd Fletcher 26 Staley Place, Durham 27705 

Westwood W. J. Peters 1804 Forest Rd., Durham 27705 

Yates N. T. Parrish 912 W. Markham Ave., Durham 27701 



MISSIONS OPERATED BY THE CHURCHES AND MISSION PASTORS 



Church Mission Name 



Cheek Heights Suburban Rest Home 

Redwood Rd., Durham 27704 
Fieldcrest Norris Rest Home 

New Oxford Highway, Durham 27703 
First Columbus Durham Chapel 

1701 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 
First Jesse Howell Chapel 

308 N. Elizabeth St., Durham 27701 
Grey Stone Hillcrest Nursing Home 

W. Pettigrew Street, Durham 
Grey Stone Penny's Rest Home 

2507 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 
Grey Stone Friendly Rest Home 

3103 S. Roxboro St., Durham 27707 
Grey Stone Hillhaven Rest Home 

W. Pettigrew St., Durham 27705 



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Guess Road Sunday School Classes at Fire Sta. No. 2 

Guess Road Durham Triangle Nursing Home No. 2 

Guess Road Bible Reading Class and Sunday School at Medical Convalescence Comp. 

Holloway Street Carolina Rest Home (Sunday School only) 

3119 Colclough Ave., Durham 27704 



MINSSTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 



Church Name Address 

First Leath C. Johnson, Jr 5120 Partridge St., Durham 27704 

First John T. Laverty 1006 North St., Durham 27701 

Watts Street Roland Johnson Scotland 



MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 



Church Name Address 

Bethesda Jlarry Kahn Buies Creek, N. C. 

HoUoway Street Ronald R. Tyndale 1114 Driver Street, Durham, N. C. 

Rose of Sharon Keith Lane 3029 Rosebriar, Durham 27705 

Trinity George Dillon 4111 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 



57 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 
Organized November 7, 1948 



Date 


Place 


Moderator 


Clerk 


Preacher 


1 QAQ 


KJCl. Zd . 


. Ephesus 


. . J. T. Edwards 


. .C. C. Smith 


. H. G. Hammett 




UCt. ZD. 


Grey Stone 










lyju 


KJCl. ZH. 


Lowe's Grove 


. . John Knight 


. .James P. Morgan. 


. . J. T. Lennon 




UCt. ZJ. 


Temple 










1 1 


VJCl. jU . 


.Edgemont 


. . R. D. Holleman , 


. Qavin Kinght . . . 


. C. N. Royal 




UCl. Jl . 


. Red Mountain 










1 Q^T 

lyjZ 


KJCI. ZO • 


. Lystra 


. . W. B. Can- 


. B. W. Rogers , , . 


. .Charles A. Maddry 




uci. zy . 


. Braggtown 












Oct 27 


.Mt. Pisgah 


. . W. B. Carr 


. B. W. Rogers . . 


. .G. Fred Lipe 




Oct. 28 


. Durham Memorial 










1954 


Oct. 26 


. Bells 


. . .R. D. Holleman 


HarreU B 


Perry . . 


. .Jack B. Wilder 




Oct. 27 


. Watts St. 










1955 


Oct. 25 


.Yates 


. .R. D. Holleman 


HarreU B 


Perry. . 


. . Robert Costner 




Oct. 26 


. Cedar Fork 










1956 


Oct 30. 


Gorman 


. . Charles A. Maddry . . 


. HarreU B. 


Perry. . 


. .Dennis Hockaday 




Oct. 31 


Berea 










lyj 1 


Oct 29 


Temple 


. .Cliarles A. Maddry . . 


. HarreU B. 


Perry. . 


. .R. E. Scarlett 




Oct 30 


Mt. Gilead 










1958 


Oct. 28. 


Angier Ave 


. . H. C. Bradshaw 


HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. John T. Bum 




Oct. 29 


. Mt. Moriah 










1959 


Oct. 27 


Grace 


. . .H. C. Bradshaw 


HarreU B 


Perry. . 


. . Victor S. Dowd 




Oct. 28. 


Calvary 










I yov 


Oct 25 


HoUoway St 


. . Victor S. Dowd .... 


HarreU B 


Perry. . 


. . Henry B. Anderson 




Oct. 26 . 


. Immanuel 










1961 


Oct. 24 


. Bethesda 


. . .Victor S. Dowd .... 


HarreU B. 


Perry. . 


. W. L. Pearson, Jr. 




Oct. 25 


Westwood 










1962 


Oct. 30 


. Grey Stone 


. .W. Jethro BroadweU. 


. HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. .Vlaude Graham 




Oct 31 


. Ephesus 










1963 


Oct. 29 


. Lakewood 


. . W. Jethro Broadwell. 


. . HarreU B 


Perry . . 


. .Warren T. Carr 




Oct. 30. 


Mt. Carmel 










1964 


Oct. 27. 


Olive Chapel 


. J . Russell Barbee . . . 


HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. Malbert Smith, Jr. 




UCI. ZO. 


OUve Branch 










1965 


Oct. 26 


. Carrboro 


. J. Russell Barbee. . . . 


. HarreU B 


Perry . . 


. .B. E. White, Jr. 




Oct. 27 . 


.Mt. Hermon 










1966 


Oct. 25 . 


. Guess Road 


. . Ray K. Hodge 


HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. .RusseU Barbee 




Oct. 26 . 


. Fellowship 








1967 


Oct. 24 . 


. First Baptist 


. .Ray K. Hodge 


HarreU B 


Perry . . 


. J. AUison Fogleman 




Oct. 25 . 


. Ridgecrest Baptist 










1968 


Oct. 29. 


University 


. .Bruce C. Little 


HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. .Ernest Holt 




Oct. 30. 


Plainview 










1969 


Oct. 28. 


Yates Baptist 


. . Bruce C. Little 


HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. JuUan Motley 




Oct. 29 . 


. Gorman Baptist 










1970 


Oct. 27 . 


. Parkview 


. . Ned L. Mathews .... 


. HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. R. F. Smith, Jr. 




Oct. 28 . 


. Faith 










1971 


Oct. 25 . 


. Edgemont 


. . Ned L. Mathews .... 


, .HarreU B. 


Perry . . 


. Crate Jones 




Oct. 26 . 


. Grey Stone 











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Annual Financial Statement, 37 

Associational Board Report, 36 

Associate Pastors, 47 

Auditor's Report, 37 

Audio Visual Aid Com., 5 

Baptist Homes for the Aging Report* 

Baptist Children's Homes of North Car- 
olina Report* 

Baptist Hospital R.eport* 

Biblical Recorder Report* 

Brotherhood Directors, 49 

Brotherhood Report, 32 

Calendar of Activities, 8 

Camp Committee, 5 

Camp Committee Report, 32 

Chairmen of Deacons, 54 

Christian Life Committee, 5 

Christian Social Ministries Committee, 4 

Christian Social Ministries Committee 
Report, 33 

Church Clerks, 53 

Church Training Program, 36 

Church Treasurers, 54 

Committee on Committees, 5 

Constitution, 15 

Constitution Committee, 5 

Deacon's Committee, 5 

Enrollment of Messengers, 1 2 

Evangelism Committee, 5 

Evangelism Committee Report, 33 

Fellowship Committee, 6 

Fellowship Committee Report, 43 

Finance Committee, 6 

Financial Goals, 39 

Financial Statement, 37, 39 

Foundation Committee, 6 

Historical Table, 57 

History of Carrboro Baptist Church, 26 
History of Edgemont Baptist Church, 29 
History and Status Report, 54 
Institution Committee, 6 
Institutional Committee Report, 34 
Libraries Committee, 6 



Library Report, 34 

Library Service Directors, 52 

Ministers of Education, 47 

Ministers Licensed, 47 

Missions Committee, 6 

Mission Pastors, 47 

Missions Sponsored, 55 

Music Directors, 5 1 

Music Council Report, 3 1 

Nominating Committee, 6 

Nominating Committee Report, 42 

Non-Evangelicals Committee Report, 6 

Officers of the Association, 1 

Officers of Associational Organizations, 3 

Ordinations Committee, 6 

Ordinations Committee Report, 34 

Ordained Ministers, other than Pastors, 46 

Organists, 5 1 

Our Beloved Dead, 43, 44 
Pastors Registered, 14 
Pastors, 45 

Place and Preacher Committee, 7 

Place and Preacher Committee Report, 41 

Proceedings, 21 

Program Committee, 7 

Resolutions Committee, 7 

Resolutions Committee Report, 41 

Statistical Tables, 59 

Stewardship Development Committee, 7 

Student Work Committee, 7 

Student Work Committee Report, 34 

Sunday School Report, 30 

Sunday School Superintendents, 48 

Training Union Directors, 49 

Training Union Report, 30 

Trustees, 7 

W.M.U. Directors, 50 

W.M.U. Report, 31 

Years to PubUsh Church Histories, 42 

Youth Advisory Committee, 7 

Youth Council Advisory Report, 35 

Youth Directors, 47 



*State Reports may be found in North Carolina Baptist Annual. 



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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

1971 



YATES 
ST ASSOCIATION 

lORTH CAROLINA 

i^enty-Fourth Annual Session 

1972 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATIO 

NORTH CAROLINA 
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 

1971 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Twenty-Fourth Annual Session 

1972 



THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Held with Angier Avenue Baptist Church, Dur- 
ham, Monday, October 23, 1972; Mount Moriah 
Church, Durham, Tuesday, October 24, 1972. 

Next Session to be held with the Parkwood Bap- 
tist Church, Durham, Monday, October 29, 1973; 
Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, Durham, Tues- 
day, October 30, 1973. 



NORTH CAROLINA 




1972 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Directory of the Association 1 

Calendar of Activities 8 

Enrollment of Messengers 10 

Constitution 13 

Proceedings of Annual Session 19 

Historical Table 46 

Our Beloved Dead 48 

Church Directory 51 

Statistical Reports 58 

Index 66 



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Directory of the Association 

1972-73 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Officers 

Moderator— John Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive, 27705 489-9514 

Vice-Moderator — Rev. Robert M. Winecoff, 

Rt. 1, Box 388, 27705 383-1454 

Clerk— Harrell Perry, 204 Pineview Road, 27707 489-5582 

Treasurer— Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, 

Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 (Durham) 

Auditor— Frank Nelson, 1519 Ruffin Street, 27701 286-1721 



General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 

B. E. White, Jr.— 2513, Wilbon St., Durham, 27704— Term expires 
in 1973 

J. B. Buchanan — 1517 Clermont Rd., Durham, 27707 — Term expires 
in 1974 

RoUin Burhans — 4305 Berini Drive, Durham, 27705 — Term expires 
in 1975 



Paid Employees 

Supt.— Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, 

2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 489-3396 

Office Assistant— Mrs. J. W. Warren, 

223 Chateau Rd., Durham, 27704 477-3178 

Secretary — Mrs. Dallas Norris, 

2002 Woodland Drive, 27704 477-5551 

Secretary— Mrs. W. A. Godwin, 

Rt. 2, Chapel Hill, 27514 383-4244 

Min. of Youth/Family Services— Rev. Boyce Kimball, 

1800 Ruffin, 27701 682-7437 

Camp Caretakers— Mr. & Mrs. James Funderburk, 

Rt. 6, Box 181A, 27703 596-6689 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Associational Board Members 

The Associational Board consists of the officers of the Association, leaders of the Sunday School, 
Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, the chairman of each Standing 
Committee, the Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members from each 
cooperating church. The members of the State General Board from our Association and the B. S. U. 
Directors of Duke University and the University of North Carolina shall be invited to sit with the 
Associational Board in an advisory capacity. Listed below are the lay members elected by the 
churches. 



Church Name Address 



Angier Avenue J. Preston Hall 627 Mimosa Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Paul E. Watkins 2424 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 27707 

Bells Arch Clark Route 1, Pittsboro, 27312 

Mrs. Arch Clark Route 1, Pittsboro, 27312 

Berea Gerald Lewter Route 3, Box 266-A, Durham, 27707 

Mrs. Gerald Lewter Route 3, Box 266-A, Durham 27707 

Bethesda James Carlton Rt. 6, Box 487, Durham, 27703 

Billy Farrell Route 4, Leesville Road, Durham, 27703 

Braggto\\Ti R. D. Holleman 1514 Hermitage Court, Durham, 27707 

Jack Tilley 2802 Broad Street, Durham, 27705 

Calvary Everette Boone 606 Midway Avenue, Durham, 27703 

J. L. Jackson Route 6, Box 545 J, Durham, 27703 

Carrboro Carl Ellington Box 206, Carrboro, 27510 

Albert Collier 401 Brandy wine. Chapel Hill, 27514 

Cedar Fork H. C. Green Route 1, Morrisville, 27560 

R. M. Proctor Route 1, Morrisville, 27560 

Cheek Heights Horace Adcock 2517 Ardsley, Durham, 27704 

Richard Delionbach 2522 Ferrell Road, Durham, 27704 

Cresset 

Durham, First W. J. Broadwell 3629 Hathaway, Durham, 27707 

Ellis Thomas 2631 Umstead Road, Durham, 27705 

Durham Memorial ....Roy Watson 2505 Ross Road, Durham, 27703 

Exie Andrews 2706 Wedgedale Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Ebenezer Robert McBroom Route 2, Box 198, Hillsborough, 27278 

William D. Owens Route 3, Hillsborough, 27278 

Edgemont B. F. Denning 1912 Wallace Street, Durham, 27707 

M. T. Yates 1001 Alma Street, Durham, 27703 

Ephesus Alvin Tillman 3208 Waterbury Drive, Durham, 27705 

Lacy Thomas Route 7, Box 53, Durham, 27707 

Faith Floyd Hicks 239 Debra Drive, Durham, 27704 

Leroy Rose 9 Faith Drive, Durham, 27704 

Fieldcrest Charles Toomey 1702 Forest Road, Durham, 27705 

James Belcher 3637 Westminister Avenue, Durham, 27704 

Gorman Thomas King 3812 Weyburn Drive, Durham, 27704 

L. S. Thomerson Rt. 5, Box 439, Durham, 27704 

Grace D. W. Porterfield 3128 Gibson Road, Durham, 27703 

Grey Stone W. W. Barrow 1301 Alabama Avenue, Durham, 27705 

Carl Wallace 2713 Lawndale Avenue, Durham, 27705 

Guess Road Eldon Gunter 2801 Shaftsbury, Durham, 27704 

Don Wethington 2204 Pike Street, Durham, 27707 

Hollo way Street Robert E. Gooch 1308 N. Miami Blvd., Durham, 27703 

Mrs. Richard P. Hester 2527 Ross Road, Durham, 27703 

Homestead Heights ..Harry C. Phares 202 Sovereign Street, Durham, 27705 

Bobby McFarling 2302 Carver St., Durham 27705 

Hope Valley P. R. Byrd Route 3, Lake Elton Road, Durham, 27707 

R. J. Lewter Rt. 3, Box 266-B, Durham, 27707 

Immanuel Wilbur Evans 2625 Kirk Road, Durham, 27705 

Wallace Long 3517 E. Oak Drive, Durham, 27705 

Lakewood Dwight Chamblee 2313 Huron Circle, Durham, 27707 

Stewart C. Rigsbee 1709 Wallace Street, Durham, 27707 

Lowe's Grove Robert Hurst Route 4, Box 65, Durham, 27703 

Mrs. Robert Hurst Route 4, Box 65, Durham, 27703 



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Lystra 


Archie Dollar 


Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 




Gerald M. Oldham 


Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Mount Carmel 


Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr. ... 


Route 3, Box 665, Chapel Hill, 27514 




Mrs. S. T. Noell 


Route 6, Box 215, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Mount Gilead 


Johnny Hearne 


Route 1, Box 36-A5, Pittsboro, 27312 




Mrs. Johnny Hearne 


Route 1, Box 36- A5, Pittsboro, 27312 


Mount Hermon ... 


Carlton Couch 


4813 West Hills Drive, Durham, 27705 




Hughes McDade 


Route 1, Box 324-C, Durham, 27705 


Mount Moriah 


Clyde Carroll, Jr 


4814 Erwin Road, Durham, 27705 




Troy W ilk ins 


Route 1, Box 156, Durham, 27705 


Mount Pisgah 


J. E. Booth 


Route 3, Box 240 Durham, 27707 


Clyde Farrell 


Route 3, Apex, 27502 


Olive Branch 


Mrs. Alice Lipe 


Rt. 6, Box 596, Durham, 27703 




George Ray 


Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham, 27703 


Page Road 


L. R. Hodnett 


3845 Angier Avenue, Durham, 27703 


Mrs. L. R. Hodnett 


3845 Angier Avenue, Durham, 27703 


Park View 


Carlton Harrell 


410 Argonne Drive, Durham, 27704 




Jack Palmer 


2100 N. Duke Street, Durham, 27701 


Parkwood 


Mack Williams 


4906 Revere Road, Durham, 27707 


Plainview 


Mrs. William Gardner 


Rt. 6, Box 88, Durham, 27703 




Mrs. Vivian Royster 


2107 Ferrell Road, Durham, 27704 


Pleasant Hill 






Red Mountain 


James Ellis 


Rt. 2, Rougemont, 27572 




Otha Taylor 


Rt. 2, Rougemont, 27572 


Ridgecrest 






Rose of Sharon .... 


Jesse Evans 


Route 2, Box 313, Durham, 27705 




Waittous Rhew 


1000 Horton Road, Durham, 27704 


Temple 


D. R. Perry 


1120 Iredell Street, Durham, 27705 




P. M. Ward 


120 W. Woodridge Drive, Durham, 27707 


Trinity 


Thomas Fletcher 


Rt. 6, Box 543-K, Durham, 27703 




Bobby Pendergraft 


1925 Edgerton Dro., Durham, 27703 


University 


B. B. Sparrow 


100 Chase Avenue, Chapel Hill, 27514 




Mrs. R. B. Vaughan 


1111 E. brankhn Street, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Watts Street 


Floyd Fletcher 


26 Staley Place, Durham, 27705 




Roger Upchurch 


3206 Sprunt Street, Durham, 27705 


Westwood 


W. J. Peters 


1804 Forest Road, Durham, 27705 




Milton Roberson 


1406 Virginia Ave., Durham, 27705 


Yates 


E. E. Ferrell 


2804 University Drive, Durham, 27707 




B. Ray Olive 


2210 Summitt, Durham, 27707 



Officers of Associational Organizations 
1972-73 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

General Director— Rev. W. T. Brogden, Box 2686, Durham, 27705 (ch) 
Outreach Director — 
Homebound Activities Director — 

Mrs. Linwood McCullers, 112 E. Maynard Ave. 27704 

Preschool Director— Mrs. Gordon Chandler, Route 6, Box 108, 27703 . 

Associate— Mrs. Millard Page, 3120 Gibson Road, 27703 

Children's Director— Mrs. L. D. Harward, Jr. 2612 Elgin Street, 27704 

Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, 27705 

Youth Director — 
Adult Director — 

VBS Director— W. Ed Kissiah, Box 2686, Durham, 27705 (ch) 

Bus Ministry Dir.- Rev. Clell Gibson, Box 8022, Durham, 27704 (ch) .. 



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DEPARTMENT OF PERSONAL CHRISTIAN DEVELOPMENT 

(In lieu of Church Training) 

Chairman— Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Route 3, Box 154, 27707 544-1859 

Advisors— John Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive, 27705 489-9514 

Hubert S. Mumford, 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 489-3396 

Creative Activities— Mrs. Martin Rigsbee, 1506 Ellis Road\ 27703 596-2062 

Alan Rigsbee, 2800 Croasdaile, Apt. 0-4, 27705 383-5720 

Continuing Education— Randy Cain, 8 Tenyson Place, 27704 477-8335 

Yates Bible Training Center— Coy Yates, 1308 Kent Street, 27707 489-1872 

Thad Ashley, 2612 N. Roxboro Rd., 27704 477-5659 

New Member and Leadership Training — 

W. Ed Kissiah, Box 2686, Durham, 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

Charles Gardner, 211 Olive Branch Road, 27703 596-8907 

Member Training— Mrs. Thad Ashley, 2612 N. Roxboro Road, 27704 . 477-5659 

Mrs. Richard Tilley, Route 6, Box 486, 27703 596-2254 

Eric Kyles, 6310 Garrett Road, 27707 493-1384 

Youth Training— Mrs. Archie Daniel, 801 Green St., 27701 682-4905 

Archie Daniel, 801 Green St., 27701 682-4905 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Director — 

John T. Laverty, 414 Cleveland Street (ch) 27701 688-7808 

Mrs. Carlton O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., 27705 383-2208 

Mrs. Morris Currin, 3811 Wake Forest Road, 27703 596-5930 

E. Kenneth Harrell, Box 3057, 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, 120 S. Guthrie Ave., 27703 596-5386 

Al Martin, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street (ch) 27701 688-7397 

Miss Donna Martin, 201 S. Maple Street, 27703 596-6061 

Mrs. Ned L. Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, 27705 489-2513 

Joseph H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Road, 27705 477-6327 

R. Dudley Penton, Holloway & Alma Streets, 27703 (ch) 688-4711 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director— Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Drive, 27705 383-3405 

Associate Director— Mrs. W. B. HarriU, 420 Idlewood Drive, 27705 596-3031 

Secretary— Mrs. B. L. Meeks, 2314 Overland Drive, 27704 688-7189 

Program Director— Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, 27705 383-2208 
Murdoch Mission Action Director 

Miss Ila House, 111 Cherry Grove St., 27703 596-3836 

Historian— Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road, 27707 489-7152 

Baptist Women Dir.— Mrs. Frank Nelson, 1519 Ruffin Street, 27701 .... 286-1721 

BYW Director-Mrs. L. C. Pergerson, 2519 Tryon Road, 27705 489-4305 

BYW Associate Dir.— Miss Sylvia Roycroft, 2008 Englewood Ave., 27705 

Acteens Director— Mrs. Merle Edmonds, 716 Lynn Road, 27703 596-5278 

Acteens Associate Dir.— Mrs. Wade McFarland, Rt. 1, Box 265, 27705 383-3052 

Girls in Action Dir.— Miss Brenda Coffield, 806 Carolina St., 27705 286-2367 

Mission Friends Dir.— Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Jr., 5726 Pine Tr. Dr. 27705 .. 477-3724 

Group I Leader— Mrs. Robert Winecoff, Route 1, Box 388, 27705 383-1454 

Group II Leader— Mrs. Perry Pate, 6 Minor Ct , Pkwood Apts., 27707 544-3904 



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Group III Leader— Mrs. D. R. Garrett, 503 Everette Place, 27701 682-5919 

Group IV Leader-Mrs. J. A. Deal, Jr., 227 M. Briggs Ave., 27703 596-7415 

Chorister, Pianist, Prayer Director to be appointed 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director— Bruce C. Little, 4529 Dudley Circle, 27703 596-2568 

Associate Director— Claiborne C. Ross, 109 N. Guthrie Ave., 27703 .... 596-5191 

Mission Study Leader— Coy Yates, 1308 Kent Street, 27707 477-2104 

Mission Activities Ldr.— Rollin Burhans, 4305 Berini Drive, 27705 383-1668 

Associate Mission Act.— Erwin Ferrell, 1605 Kirkwood Dr., 27704 477-1366 

Royal Ambassador Ldr.— Robert Mitchell, 2021 Carolina St., 27705 .... 286-4919 

Camping— Billy Newton, 4804 Kinlock Drive, 27705 477-0015 

Basketball— Dallas D. Branch, 3704 Cambridge Road, 27705 682-5506 

Leadership Training— James M. Barringer, Route 3, Box 79, 27707 544-2314 

Mission Tours— Lewis Rigsbee, 1810 Latta Road, 27705 477-1987 



COMMITTEES 



Annual Meeting 

B. E. White (Chmn.), 2500 Acadia St. 27704 477-7497 (ch) 

Fred King, 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701 688-6765 (ch) 

Leath Johnson, 414 Cleveland St. 27701 688-7308 (ch) 

Calendar 

Milton Roberson (Chmn.), 1406 Virginia Ave. 27705 286-5816 

Parker Hooper, Route 7, Box 287, 27707 489-4483 (ch) 

Warren Kerr, 6900 Garrett Rd., 27707 493-1809 (ch) 

Camp 

Ernest Holt (Chmn.), 3102 Guess Rd., 27705 477-4893 (ch) 

Pat Collins, Route 1, Box 229, Morrisville, 27560 544-1824 (ch) 

Malcolm Cadd, 1003 E. Main St., 27701 682-3251 (ch) 

John Dilday, 305 Monticello Ave., 27707 489-0696 

Dwaine Coley, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, 27707 489-2537 (ch) 

Paul Babinec, 1300 N. Miami Blvd., 27703 688-7202 

Christian Social Ministries 

Robert Bailey (Chmn.), 1405 Arnette Ave. 27707 489-8783 

Garland Bryant, 711 Hammond St., 27704 477-6707 

Mrs. Hubert Oakley, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 218, Chapel Hill 27514 929-1572 

Steve Williams, Box 787, Durham, 27702 477-6470 

Mrs. O. C. Mitchell, Jr., 8,38 Glenco Rd., 27703 596-2403 

Mrs. James Harris, 1219 Clinton Rd., 27703 596-5185 

Mrs. Douglas Boynton, 800 Pittsboro Rd, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-3471 

Randy Robinson, 414 Cleveland St., 27701 688-7308 (ch) 

George Love, P. O. Box 1355, 27702 682-1879 

Constitution 

Ray Cumbee (Chmn.), 4007 Holt School Rd., 27704 477-3859 (ch) 

Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham 27703 596-6430 (ch) 

Ned Mathews, .3024 Pickett Rd., 27705 489-2655 (ch) 

Deacons 

Roy Lowder (Chmn.), M-10 Croasdaile Apts., 27705 383-3969 

W. J. Peters, 1804 Forest Road, 27705 286-2984 

Norman Seagroves, 1412 Biscayne Rd., 27707 544-3133 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Roy Watson, 2505 Ross Rd., 27703 596-7593 

Preston Hall, 627 Mimosa Ave., 27703 682-2614 

Evang,eli^m 

Charles Gardner (Chmn.), 123 Olive Branch Road, 27703 596-8907 (ch) 

Bob Weatherly, .3024 Pickett Rd., 27705 489-2655 (ch) 

Clell Gibson, Box 8022, Durham, N. C. 27704 : 477-6440 (ch) 

Finance 

Billy Garrett '74 (Chmn.), 2304 Barrymore Ave., 27705 477-3058 

Charlie Council '74, 511 Spruce Street, 27703 682-8238 

Lawence Knott '73, 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 286-1593 (ch) 

Carlton Harrell '73, 410 Argonne Drive, 27704 477-5369 

Herman Rhinehart '75, 1020 Homer St. 27707 489-2797 

Robert Winecoff '75, Rt. 1, Box 389, Durham, 27705 383-2982 (ch) 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 

Treasurer 
Foundation 

Gary C. Cole (Chmn.), 2723 Stuart Dr., 27707 489-2762 

Mrs. D. R. Perry, 1120 h-edell Street, 27705 286-4100 

Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane 477-0682 

Gattis Perry, Holloway & Alma Streets, 27703 688-4711 (ch) 

Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Rd., 27705 383-5016 

Institution 

R. H. Kelly (Chmn.), Rt. 6, Box 224 Chapel Hill 27514 942-1265 (ch) 

Mrs. Vernon Weaver, 3009 Shannon Rd. 27707 489-3925 

A. D. Frazier, Rt. 4, Box 327, 27703 596-7017 

W. S. Bagwell, 226 Pineview Rd., 27707 489-3152 

Mrs. E. B. Britt, 2920 Ellis Rd. 27703 596-3162 

IntcT-Faith itncss 

Bobby Bunce (Chmn.), Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, 27707 489-3425 (ch) 

Robert Bailey, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, 27701 688-7397 (ch) 

James West, 1204 Lynn Road, 27703 596-2592 (ch) 

Robert McClernon, Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 688-1366 (ch) 

J. A. Fogleman, 4430 S. Alston Ave., 27707 544-1888 (ch) 

Libraries 

Mrs. A. D. Frazier (Chmn), Rt. 4, Box 327, 27703 596-7017 

David Washburn, 1000 N. Duke Street, 27701 688-5013 

Marti Perry, 204 Pineview Rd., 27707 489-5582 

Mrs. Bob Holleman, 1514 Hermitage Court, 27707 489-3263 

Mrs. Tom Lowe, 1809 So Hi Drive, 27703 596-3766 

Missions 

J. B. Buchanan (Chmn.), 1517 Clermont Rd., 27707 544-1347 (ch) 

H. W. Pickett, Jr., 2919 Friendship Rd., 27705 489-4525 

O. C. Mangum, 2115 Englewood Ave., 27705 286-2394 

Robert Rummell, 2400 Carver St., 27705 477-5018 

Albert Collier, 410 Brandvwine St., Chapel Hill, 27514 967-2562 

Donald Cooper, ,3321 Cheek Rd., 27704 688-8750 (ch) 

Jerry Kelly, 10 Howe Circle, 27707 544-7034 

ominations 

W. J. Broadwell (Chmn.), 3629 Hathaway Rd., 27707 489-7152 

D. R. Perry, 1120 kedell St., 27705 286-4100 

Bob Holleman, 1514 Hermitage Court, 27707 489-3263 



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Mrs. J. C. Criitchfield, 1423 Riiffin Street, 27701 688-4892 

Mrs. Bessie Hilliard, 1007 Camden Ave., 27701 682-1956 

O. C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glenco Road, 27703 596-2403 

Ordinations 

Everette Smith (Chmn.), 2100 Chapel Hill Road 27707 489-2537 (ch) 

Winburn Davis, 1815 Glenn School Rd., 27704 682-1248 (ch) 

Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer Street, 27704 688-3947 (ch) 

Dallas Norris, 2002 Woodland Dr., 27704 477-5551 

Howard Corley, Route 5, Box 688, 27704 682-2591 (ch) 

Place ir Preacher 

Herman Goodin (Chmn.), 1006 Benning Street, 27703 682-8682 (ch) 

W. P. Wells, 2205 Wilson St., 27705 286-1810 

J. J. Thornton, 1601 Glenn School Rd., 27704 682-7711 

Radio ir Television 

Andrew King (Chmn.), 826 N. Hardee Street, 27703 682-8501 (ch) 

Malbert Smith, Box 2686, Durham, N. C, 27705 286-2281 (ch) 

Russell Wimmer, .3527 Hillsborough Rd., 27705 383-1422 (ch) 

Resolutions 

James Holland (Chmn.), .350 Country Club Dr., 27705 38.3-1697 

Mrs. Robert Helms, Rt. 1, Box 272, Hillsborough 27278 7.32-4089 

Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, .3629 Hathaway Rd., 27707 489-7152 

Student Work 

Clay W^arf (Chmn.), 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 688-7397 (ch) 

W. Grady Thomas, .5223 Revere Road, 27707 544-2406 

Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr., 1913 Glendale Ave., 27704 682-4955 

E. B. Weatherspoon, 125 Pinecrest Rd., 27705 489-5266 

Stancil Baucom, Box 156, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 967-3056 (ch) 

Perry Norris, 1101 Iredell St., 27705 286-1120 

David May, Box 4351, Duke Sta., 27706 286-6097 

Bob Phillips, 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 942-4266 

Trustees 

Burke Ilobgood (Chmn.), 207 Murray Street, 27704 477-6862 

W. W. Edwards, .3810 Dover Road, 27707 489-5122 

Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Ave., 27707 489-9881 

Youth Council 

Miss Gloria Kimball (Chmn.), 2.500 Acadia Street, 27704 477-7497 (ch) 

Norman Stallings, 2515 Rolling Pines Rd., 27703 596-74.33 

Steve Ackerman, Box 11296, Durham 27703 596-6430 (ch) 

Dudley Penton, Hollo way & Alma Streets, 27703 688-4711 (ch) 

Miss Margaret Buchanan 2031 W. Club Blvd. 27705 286-1593 (ch) 



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1973 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



JANUARY 

1-5 Bible Study Week — Galatians 

8 Jail Ministry Instruction — Court House 

14 Soul Winning Commitment Day 

15 Ministers' Conference 

20 Youth Happening — Holloway Street 
26-28 High School Seniors' Retreat — 
CaRAway 
28 Baptist Men's Day 
28 Assn. Acteens — Plainview 

FEBRUARY 

3 R. A. Counselor Course — Winston- 

Salem 

4 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 

5-7 State Evangelism Conference — Char- 
lotte 

9 Ministers' Sweetheart Banquet 

11 Race Relations Sunday 
11-17 WMU Focus Week 

12 Ministers' Conference 

13 Assn. Board — Edgemont 

17 Youth Happening — Durham 

Memorial 

18 Homes for Aging Day 

19 Choral Clinic — Grace 

19 Washington's Birthday 

20 Sunday School Revival — Durham, 

First 

26-27 Statewide Metro Missions Conf. — 
Charlotte 

26-27 State Mission Action Workshop — 
Charlotte 

27 Regional Choir Festival — Emmanuel, 
Raleigh 

MARCH 

2 World Day of Prayer 

2 Regional Choir Festival — Dur- 

ham, First 

3 Regional Choir Festival — Raleigh, 

Hayes Barton 
4-11 Week of Prayer for Home Mis- 
sions 

5 Home Mission Study with Glenn Igle- 

heart — Guess Road (with Mt. Zion 
Assn.) 

6 Home Mission Study with Glenn 

Igleheart — Calvary (with Raleigh 
Assn.) 

1 ] Home Missions Day in Sunday School 
11-18 Youth Week 

12 Ministers' Conference 
13-15 State WMU Annual Session — Ra- 
leigh, Memorial Auditorium 

17 Youth Happening 



19-21 Christian Life Commission Na- 
tional Seminar — Charlotte 
23-24 State Baptist Men & Boys' Conf. 

— FayetttVille 

27 Deacons' Night 

30-31 Kindergarten-Day Care Conf. — 
Fa>'etteville 

APRIL 

7 State Children's Choir Festivals — 

Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest 
9 Ministers' Conference 
9-10 Church Training Youth Workshop 

— Raleigh 

9-15 Jewish Fellowship Week 
17 Assn. WMU Annual Meeting — 
Park \'iew 

21 Youth Happening 

22 Easter Sunday 

Life Commitment Sunday 
24 Assn. \'BS Clinic — Holloway Street 
27-28 Youth Convention — Winston- 
Salem 

27-29 RA Camp — CaRAway 
27-29 Church Library Conference — 
Baleigh 

28 WMl^ Prayer Retreat 

29 Acteens — Mt. Hermon 

MAY 

1 Assn. Scripture Exploring Drill 

— Lowes Grove 

4-5 RA Camp — CaRAway 
6-13 Christian Home Week 

8 Assn. Board — Carrboro 

13 Baptist Hospital Day 
Mother's Day 

14 Ministers' Conference 

17-18 Pre-School Leadership Workshop, 
Raleigh, Hayes Barton 
19 Youth Happening 

19 State RA Track Meet — Gardner- 

Webb 

20 Baptist Radio and Television 

Sunda>' 

21-22 Human Relations Conference 

— Lake Junaluska 
28 Memorial Day 

JUNE 

4 Ministers' Conference 

10 Religious Liberty Sunday 

11 WMU Annual Meeting — Port- 

land, Oregon 



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12-14 S.B.C. — Portland, Oregon 

16 Youth Happening 

17 Baptist College Day & Father's Day 

JULY 

8 Christian Literature Day 

9 Ministers' Conference 

10 Assn Board — Homestead Heights 

21 Yates Missions Fair (Bro.-WMU- 

Youth) 

22 Assn. Acteens — Rose of Sharon 

AUGUST 

3-5 Assn. Seminar on Alcoholism — 
Camp 

12 Language Missions Day 

13 Ministers' Conference 

14-16 Nat'l. RA Congress — St. 
Louis 

17 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night 

— Creensboro 

18 Youth Happening 

19-26 Week of Prayer for Association 
Missions 
26 On-to-College Day 

SEPTEMBER 

3 Labor Day 

4 Assn. Brotherhood Workshop — 

Bethesda 

10 Ministers' Conference 

11 Assn. Board — Hope X'alley 

15 Youth Happening 

16 State Missions Day 

18 Regional WMll Leadership Work- 
ship — Grey Stone 
21-30 Bill>' Graham Crusade — Raleigh, 
Carter Stadium 



21 Hymn Sing — Braggto\\Ti 

22 Veterans' Day 

28 Assn. Acteens — Calvary 
29-30 Annual Meeting — Parkwood, 
Rose of Sharon 

NOVEMBER 

4-10 Royal Ambassador Week 

5 Baptist Women Day of Prayer 
11 American Bible Society Day 
12-14 Baptist State Convention — Ashe- 
ville 

17 Youth Happening 

18 Child Care Day 

19 Ministers' Conference 

20 Assn. Board — Ephesus 
22 Thanksgiving 

DECEMBER 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions 

9 Foreign Missions Da>' in Sunday 

School 
10 Ministers' Conference 
15 Youth Happening 
25 Christmas 

30 Student Night at Christmas 



OCTOBER 

1 Metropolitan Missions Conference 

2 Evangelism Seminar — Southeastern 

Seminary 

5-6 Pastor-S. S. Director Planning Work- 
shop 

5-7 Baptist Young Women's Conven- 
tion — SE Seminary 

8 Columbus Day 

9 Assn Board — Lakewood 

13 Regional RA Leadership Training 

- Oxford 

14 Biblical Recorder Day 

15 Ministers' Conference 

15-19 Regional Baptist Men's Con- 
ference 
20 Youth Happening 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



ENROLMENT OF MESSENGERS 



Angier Avenue: Steve Ackerman, Harvey L. Craig, George Hales, J. Preston 
Hall, Leonard Husketh, Mrs. Maybelle Husketh, Lee R. Overman, Beal 
Rowland, Mrs. Rosa Vickers. 

Bells: Mrs. James Harton and Mrs. H. Clay Scott. 

Berea: Gerald Lewi:er, Mrs. Gerald Lewter, Mrs. Lurline Lewter, Mrs. Shirley 

Lewter, Vallie C. Massey, Mrs. Clyde Stallings. 
Bethesda: E. B. Britt, Mrs. E. B. Britt, J. W. Carlton, Mrs. E. C. Edgerton, 

Lois Howerton, Bruce C. Little, Clarence Martin, Johnny Rose and Lois 

Rose. 

Braggtown: James Baer, Mrs. James Baer, Mrs. S. E. Casey, Edwin B. Cle- 
ments, Mrs. Edwin B. Clements, Mrs. Betty DeRosa, Robert D. Holleman, 
Mrs. Robert D. Holleman, Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, S. Bruce Mangum, Mrs. S. 
Bruce Mangum, Frank Nelson, Mrs. Frank Nelson and E. L. Phillips. 

Calvary: James Brady, Mrs. Dorothy Christian, Bobby Hall, Mrs. Joyce Hall, 
Mrs. Frances Hutchins, Mrs. Faye Jackson, and J. L. Jackson. 

Carrboro: Mrs. Maude Brooks, Josie Perry, Johnny Ross, Mrs. Rhea L. Ross, 
Mrs. Henry Swain, Mrs. Jessie S. Williams and Mrs. J. R. Wright. 

Cedar Fork: J. Edwin Couch, Azline Colclough, H. C. Green, Harriet Page 
and Junius Sanders. 

Cheek Heights: Earl Anderson, Mrs. Steve Faucette, Andrea Lynn King, Norman 

Stallings and Mrs. Sandra Stallings. 
Cresset: Vernal Bonneau, Malcolm B. Mathieson, Bob Moore, V. A. Shore, Jr., 

and Bob Weather ly. 

Durham Memorial: R. T. Foushee, Anne Goodwin, Nancy Hildebran, W. L. 

Lawson, Mrs. Otis Lee, Rick Rasmussen, Ginger Stanhope, Ralph M. 

Stanhope, Lewis Teasley and Cecil Vaughan. 
Ebenezer: Ollie Ball, Mrs. Ann Ferrell, Mrs. Lois Harder, Tommy Riley, and 

Ray Wilkins. 

Edgemont: B. F. Denning, Mrs. Nora Dickerson, Mrs. Elsie Glosson, D. C. 

Markham, Mrs. D. C. Markham, Mrs. Dorothy Morris, Mrs. A. F. Warren, 

Elmo Whitaker and M. T. Yates. 
Ephesus: Ralph E. Cain, Arnold Capps, Ethel Clark, Gail Mize, Gordon M. 

Pope, Mrs. Sallie M. Scott and Alvin Tillman. 
Faith: Geneva Dyer, Floyd Hicks, Wayn Markam, Leroy Rose, and Tillie 

Tucker. 

Fieldcrest: lliomas Ellis, Mrs. Effie G. Emory, D. L. Hardin, Charles Nolan, 

and Charles Toomey. 
First: W. S. Bagwell, W. J. Broadv>ell, Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, John Claxton, 

Mrs. John Deeds, Dallas Norris, Mrs. Dallas Norris and Leland Williams. 
Gorman: Bertha Lois Gates, B. W. Gates, George F. Collingwood, Ernest H. 

Denny, Grace G. Fogleman, Bobby L. Fuller, Jerry D. Johnson, Thomas 

C. King, Mrs. Jane O. Motley, L. Sidney Thomerson, J. J. Thornton, 

Harvey Wall and Mrs. Nora Weaver. 
Grace: Mrs. Travis Hall, Mrs. Willard Matthews, Mrs. F. B. Phillips, D. W. 

Porterfield, L. W. Ross, Mrs. L. W. Ross, Mrs. Sara Stone and C. D. West. 
Grey Stone: Mrs. Lessie Agner, William W. Barrow, Mrs. Blanche Blake, Bill 

Brogden, Mrs. Lima Dennis, Mrs. Sue C. Freeman, W. Edward Kissiah, 

Mrs. Betty Jo Rigsbee, Jack Rigsbee, Mrs. Malbert Smith, Jr., Mrs. Lola 

Strawbridge and Carl C. Wallace. 



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Guess Road: Mrs. Albert Fox, Mrs. Lib Fox, Edward B. Goehring, Sr., Mrs. 
Edward Goehring, Sr., Eldon Gunter, Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, Ellis 
Perry, Sr., David R. Pierceall, Mrs. Rex Revels, Mrs. Ann Stacey and 
Donald W. Wethington. 

Hollo way Street: Paul H. Babinec, Mrs. Paul H. Babinec, Robert E. Gooch, Mrs. 
W. B. Harrill, Mrs. Reid Hester, Mrs. Tyson Kirk, Mrs. John K. McGrana- 
han, Mrs. R. Dudley Penton, Freddie Stell, Mrs. James Wiggins and Lyman 
L. Wood. 

Homestead Heights: J. W. Warren, Mrs. J. W. Warren. 

Hope Valley: Ronnie Andrews, Mrs. Halhe Brooks, Preston Byrd, Mrs. Louise 

Kerr, Eric Kyles, Ralph Lewter and Mrs. Lila Mason. 
Immanuel: Wallace Long. 

Lake wood: Dwaine C. Coley, Fred Crabtree, J. Cecil Howard, Mrs. Clara 
Hughes, Rachel Partin, J. M. Rigsbee, Mrs. Joe Rigsbee and Ona Lee 
Smith. 

Lowes Grove: Mrs. Barbara Adams, James Barringer, Paul Dismuke, Mrs. 
Paul Dismuke, Nannie Mae Herndon, Mrs. W. F. Herndon, Robert Hurst, 
Mrs. Robert Hurst, Billy Ross, B. L. Ross, George Scruggs, Mrs. Belle 
Shipp, and Maurice Shipp. 

Lystra: Margie Oldham. 

Mount Carmel: Ralph L. Blackwood, Mrs. Ralph L. Blackwood, Mrs. Louis 
Gate, Mrs. Nellie Crabtree, Mrs. Annie Mae Kelly, S. T. Noell, Sr., and 
Mrs. S. T. Noell, Sr. 

Mount Gilead: John Hearne, Sally Hearne, A. H. Senter, Mrs. A. H. Senter, 

John S. Strowd, Mrs. John S. Strowd. 
Mount Hermon: William Clayton, Bill Dorrity, Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, Miss 

Louise Ferettino, Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Zulia Harris, Worth Shelton and 

Virginia Winecoff. 

Mount Moriah: Mrs. Annie Carroll, Clyde H. Carroll, Jr., Mrs. Mabel Carroll, 

Mrs. Nettie Crabtree, and Mrs. Sadie Crabtree. 
Mount Pisgah: C. E. Byrd, Clyde Farrell, Fallie Farrell, Lillian Horton, Lucille 

Yates Horton, and Mrs. Elizabeth Woods. 
Olive Branch: Mrs. Betty Gardner, Mrs. Alice Lipe, Mrs. Amerith Owen, George 

W. Ray and Mrs. Leslie Ray. 
Page Road: Thomas W. Adcock, L. R. Hodnett, Mrs. L. R. Hodnett, and 

Gene Stinnett. 
Park View: 

Parkwood: Jackie Bryant, Pat Bryant, Richard C. Griffin and Carrie Young. 
Plainview: Betty Corley, Mrs. Doris H. Gardner, Arthur Jenks, Ruth Preddy, 

Mrs. Vivian Royster, and George E. W^oods. 
Pleasant Hill: 

Red Mountain: Betty Lou Ellis, Thomas Ellis, Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. Clarence 

Randolph, and Otha Taylor. 
Ridgecrest: 

Rose of Sharon: Boyd Browning, Mrs. Boyd Browning, Jesse W. Evans, Thomas 
E. Lamm, and W. S. Rhew. 

Temple: Hazel Cash, Wayne Cash, E. L. Kerley, Jr., Mrs. E. L. Kerley, James 
E. Kerley, Mrs. Margaret McCullers, D. R. Perry, Mrs. D. R. Perry, Nor- 
man Sea groves, PhiHp M. Ward, E. B. Weatherspoon, Barney H. West, and 
Mrs. Ruby West. 

Trinity: Marie Faucette, James E. Harris, Billy O'Briant and Marjorie O'Briant. 
University: Mrs. W. S. Kyle, Charles Midkiff, Mrs. Mary Capps Shearin, Paul 



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E. Shearin, Harold C. Smith, B. B. Sparrow, Mrs. R. B. Vaughan and Leon 

F. Yates. 

Watts Street: E. Spurgeon Booth, Jr., Gary C. Cole, Hugh Dover, Mrs. Hugh 
Dover, Floyd Fletcher, James E. Grant, E. Kenneth Harrell, Paul Jacokes, 
and Roger L^pchurch. 

Westwood: Travis H. Glements, Mrs. Travis Glements, Mfs. R. L. Garrard, Miss 
Mable Harris, Mrs. L. H. Knott, W. J. Peters and Mrs. W. J. Peters. 

Yates: Helen Byrd, Bob Gunningham, E. E. Ferrell, Mrs. R. L. Mallard, B. Ray 
Olive, N. T. Parrish, Evelyn J. Pickett, Mrs. R. A. Stock, A. B. Stone, Jr., 
B. W. Wheeler, Mrs. Glarence A. Williams and Glarence A. Williams. 

VISITORS REGISTERED 

Exie Andrews, Mrs. Garrie Brown, Mrs. Bruce Brown, Mrs. J. B. Buchanan, Lois 
Gannada, James Welborn Garlton, Rachel L. Glayton, Garlton Gouch, Ethel T. 
Grabtree, Hallie Graig, Marie Deal, Erwin Dillehay, Mrs. Emma Dodd, Mrs. 
Annie Dollar, Lyda H. Driver, Mrs. Violet Dollar, Leon E. Driver, A. A. Fowler, 
Mrs. A. D. Frazier, Mrs. A. N. Gale, Mrs. Herman S. Goodin, Robert Goodwin, 
Dr. T. Sloane Guy, Mrs. N. K. Hardee, T. Furman Hewitt, Hugh Hicks, Stella 
Hinson, Doris E. Holmes, Mrs. Frances M. Howard, Jean Howerton, Leath John- 
son, Andrew King, Jr., Debbie King, John Laverty, Mrs. John Laverty, Mrs. 
W. J. McGhee, Mrs. Annie McLeod, Mrs. E. G. Merritt, Mrs. Paul Mitchell, 
D. Morris, Doris Paschall, Jim Paschall, Josie Perry, Roberta Martin Perry, 
Martin Perry, H. W. Pickett, Stewart Pickett, W. A. Powell, Mary Rich, Garrie 
Riddle, Mrs. Nellie Page Smith, Richard Smith, Jack Tilley, Miss Dora L. Till- 
man, Mrs. W. H. Upchurch, Sallie H. West and Troy Wilkins. 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Robert W. Bailey, J. B. Buchanan, Bobby G. Bunce, Malcolm L. Gadd, Donald 
Gooper, Patrick Gollins, Howard Gorley, Paul Gouch, Winburn G. Davis, Jr., 
Ernest H. Ferrell, J. Allison Fogleman, A. D. Frazier, Gharles Gardner, Glell 
Gibson, Herman S. Goodin, Gerald Goodwin, Ray K. Hodge, Parker S. Hooper, 
Jim Jackson, Grate Jones, R. H. Kelly, Warren E. Kerr, Andrew W. King, Fred A. 
King, L. H. Knott, Robert E. McClernon, William A. Marler, Ned Mathews, 
Julian M. Motley, W. Gattis Perry, Glarence Randolph, Everette J. Smith, 
Malbert Smith, Jr., Henry Turlington, James E. West, B. E. White, Jr., Russell 
L. Wimmer and Robert Winecoff. 



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CONSTITUTION 
Revised 1971 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be kno\\Ti as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 
Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly means 
for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County 
and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 
The confession of faith of this Association shall be the 'Baptist Faith and Message' 
with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the nature and function of 
confessions of faith in our religious and denominational hfe as adopted by the Southern 
Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement From "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or small, 
for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others concerning those 
articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. They are not intended 
to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation revealed in the New Testament, 
viz., repentance to\\'ards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any quality 
of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should hold themselves 
free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise and expedient at any 
time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small have the inherent right to draw up for 
themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they may think 
it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures of 
the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, having no 
authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, and 
are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and the 
regular elected officers of the Association and members of the Associational Board which 
are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not in session this Associa- 
tion shall be comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the Associa- 
tional Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Association 
and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly certified in 
the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof and one for each additional 
hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers shall not 
exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, in 
addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members of 
churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associational 
meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to the 
Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving evidence of 
their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare of the Associa- 



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tion. Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval of the Association 
by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church or churches 
shall be received luider watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
understood that during the period of watchcare such churches will be accorded all the 
services of the Association and all its privileges with the exception of the right to seat voting 
messengers and to voting representation on the Associational Bqard. At the end of the 
year of watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, 
be received into full fello\\'ship of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the 
request for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches 
shall be authorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting 
members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine months 
and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to withdraw fellowship 
from any church that shall willfull>' depart from orthodox principles of the Christian 
religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists, or that fails to represent itself 
either by messenger or letter at the annual session of the Association without sufficient 
reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this 
Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

- Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. WTienever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the church, 
the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or representatives, seek 
to restrain b>' coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 
The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and shall 
have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may advise 
with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their adoption, 
and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 
Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach the 
Associational Clerk at least ten days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 
Section 1. The Association shall convene annually on Tuesday and Wednesday after 
the fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive 
days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR 
The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on December 
thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, ice-Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, and such others as may be authorized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the Associa- 
tion. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any posi- 
tion within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the first session of the annual meeting of 
the Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting 
during which they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, 
unless removed for cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except the 
Moderator, who may not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association 



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and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be 
authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve order, and 
exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve 
as Chairman of the Associational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The \^ice-Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk-Historian shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Associa- 
tion, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed 
Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary of the 
Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by 
the Association. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be 
included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, and 
shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Association Board, 
and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an annual report to the 
Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annual report 
to the Association. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders 
of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood and 
Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Superintendent of 
Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each member church. The 
names of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The members of the State General Board from our association and the 
B.S.U. Chaplains of Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel 
Hill shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. The Associational 
Board shall act for the Association in the interim between the annual sessions. It shall 
carry out the policies and will of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often 
as it may elect for the effectual performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill 
vacancies among the officers and committees of the Association and on the Associational 
Board that may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work 
at each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of 
the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar, Camp, Finance, 
and Missions Committees, and the Superintendent of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational Board, 
work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, interpret policy as 
needed by the Superintendent of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of the as- 
sociational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board or of the Association, 
a Superintendent of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The 
committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association may 
direct. 

Article XI. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 
The Association shall have the Standing Committees listed below, along with any other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These Committees, 
shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports of the 
work to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committees 
shall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating with the Association 
and are subject to re-election provided that in no case any person shall serve on the same 
committee longer than three years in succession. The Moderator and the Superintendent 
of Missions shall be considered ex-officio members of all Standing Committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of the 
Association. 



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Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Superintendent, the Church Training Director, the W.M.U. 
Director, the Brotherhood Director, the Music Director and the President of the Ministers' 
Conference, serv ing as advisory members. It shall be the duty of this committee to plan 
and recommend to the annual session of the association a program of activities for the 
coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice and 
consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members \\'hose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for keeping 
our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist 
Women's and Baptist Men's Organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in 
the association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed 
mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, 
emotionalh' disturbed and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries 
to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest 
in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific area(s) when wise 
and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose dut>' it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution and 
bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage perennial evangelism in the churches including the 
and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE E\^ANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose dut>' it shall be to encourage perennial evangelism in the churches including the 
enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out association 
evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full 
resources of the association by coordinating its efforts with other association committees 
and organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man 
to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, one 
of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the Committee shall be elected 
for a term of three >'ears with two members elected each year on a rotating basis. 

This Committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, re-present 
a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising the 
budget. It shall also review applications from churches for state mission funds for 
presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FOUNDATION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members, whose dut\' it shall be to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian 
stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational 
objects. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members, 
whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their people in- 
formed, and adequatel}' supporting financially our North CaroHna Baptist Homes for the 
Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed as to 
the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the world non-Christian 
religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relationship with adherents of these 
groups. 

Section 13. THE LIBRARIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members, 
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with church librarians in purchasing and properly cataloging the books and audio visuals 
and stimulating their circulation. 

It shall also guide and promote the development of an associational library of books 
and audio-visuals, including the producing of films, slides, tapes, and other materials 
when possible and M'ise. 

Section 14. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized b>' the churches and 
the association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within the boundaries 
of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the location 
of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the organiza- 
tion of such churches as might be authorized, and to review for the Einance Committee 
applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the duty of this Commit- 
tee to stud)' the applications of churches seeking admission into the Association and to 
make recommendations regarding the same. 

Section 15. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers, and committeemen (except the Superintendent of Missions as here- 
tofore provided.) 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunda>' School, Woman's 
Missionary Union, Church Training, and Music Council. This committee will receive from 
the five organizational committees and present for approval at the Eebruary Board meet- 
ing the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the five organizations shall 
be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general organiza- 
tional officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in the 
offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 16. THE OBDI NATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examination of 
candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position in Christian 
service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of 
the candidate. 

Section 17. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place of 
meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to the Associa- 
tion in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a preacher and alternate 
for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 18. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of three members whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing of 
time, to promote programs of religious and of denominational interest and to encourage 
the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 19. THE RESOLl^TIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Association or 
the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual Meeting. 

Section 20. THE STEVrARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings 
from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the Cooperative 
Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff members through the 
Annuity Board retirement plans, and to promote tithing by individual church members. 

Section 21. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, \^'ith the chaplains of educational institutions in the association area acting in 
an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and promote the work 
of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area of the Associa- 
tion and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 22. THE TRUSTEES shall be three in number and shall be the representa- 
tives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perform such duties as the Association 
or the Associational Board may prescribe. 



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Article XII. RULES OF ORDER 
The following niles shall govern deUberations in the meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association and 
Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members present and 
voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from any 
cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those churches desiring to cooperate 
with the Association. In called meetings of the Association and the Associational Board, 
a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to 
constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He shall 
confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall avoid all person- 
alities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject without special 
permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at his 
request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When adopted 
this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by vote of the 
Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of Robert's "Rules of Order." 

Article XIII. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 
No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or the part of 
the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association or Associational 
Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and voting. 

Article XIV. REVISION 
This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon 
affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the proposed 
revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational Board prior to the 
Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first day of the Annual Meeting, 
with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

October 23, 24, 1972 

First Night Session with the 
Angier Avenue Baptist Church 

Second Night Session with the 
Mount Moriah Baptist Church 

MONDAY EVENING, October 23, 1972 
7:30 O'clock 

1. The twenty-fourth annual session of the Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion was called to worship by Patrick Collins, Pastor of the Cedar Fork 
Baptist Church. Mr. Collins read Mark 12:29-31 and led in prayer. 

2. The Angier Avenue Youth Choir sang, "Born Again" and "Power 
to Choose" by Otis Skillings. The choir was directed by Miss Donna 
Martin with Mrs. Nancy B. Jones at the piano and Russell Jones at the 
drums. 

3. The moderator, John Clayton, called the session to order. 

4. Crate Jones, Pastor of the Angier Avenue Church, welcomed 
those present to the session and reported for the Program Committee. 
He moved that the printed program constitute the order of business, 
with any necessary changes. He also moved the adoption of the three 
recommendations from the Program Committee concerning the 1973 
annual session. His motions were seconded by John Laverty and 
approved. 

Program 

Monday Night, October 23, 1972 
Angier Avenue Baptist Church 

John Clayton, Moderator, presiding 



7:00 Registration and Fellowship 
7:25 Prelude 

7:30 Call to Worship and Invocation Pat Collins 

Youth Choir Angier Avenue 

7:40 Call to Order 

Report of Program Committee Crate Jones 

7:45 Dialogue with Assn. Staff Hubert S. Mumford 

8:10 Introduction of New Workers Malbert Smith 

8:15 Hymn 

8:20 Business & Report Period 



Board (including Activities, Brotherhood, Camp, Church Training, 
Committee on Committees, Deacons, Music, Ordination, Place & 
Preacher, Sunday School, W.M.U. and Youth Advisory) 



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Nominations , Warren Kerr 

Finance Stewart Pickett 

Constitution Ray Cumbee 

Miscellaneous 
9:00 H>'mn 

Scripture Robert Winecoff 

Annual Sermon Warren Kerr 

9:30 Benediction Howard Corley 

Tuesday Night, October 24 
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church 

Robert Winecoff, Vice-Moderator, presiding 

7:00 Registration and Fello\\'ship 
7:25 Prelude 

7:30 Call to Worship & Invocation Gerald Goodwin 

Youth Choir Guess Road 

7:40 "Together We Advance" Richard Smith 

8:00 Hymn 

8:05 Panel on Assn. Outreach John Clayton 

Future Development Robert Bailey 

Missions Committee J. B. Buchanan 

Christian Social Ministries Russell Wimmer 

Evangelism James Jackson 

8:25 Hymn 

8:30 Constitution Ray Cumbee 

Resolutions Mrs. E. B. Britt 

Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of Perfect Letters Harrell B. Perry 

Lay Leader Award 
8:50 H>'mn 

8:55 Message William Powell 

9:25 Benediction Herman Goodin 



5. H. S. Mumford, Superintendent of Missions, introduced the office 
staff of the Association. He recognized Boyce Kimball, who spoke to 
the question of "What makes our ministry of youth and family services 
unique?" Mr. Kimball exphasized the fact that we minister to the total 
man and present Christ to him. 

6. Mr. Mumford brought his annual report to the Association. 
He presented outlooks and challenging outreaches in the future of the 
Association. He mentioned challenging needs that should be met im- 
mediately. 

7. Malbert Smith, Pastor of the Grey Stone Church, presented the 
eleven new pastors who have come to the Association within the past 
year. He also presented sixteen church staff members who are new in 
the Association. 

8. John Laverty led the messengers and visitors in singing, "Amaz- 
ing Grace". 

9. The Moderator recognized the visitors who were present. 

10. Mr. Clayton called the Session into business in order to receive 
reports from the organizations and committees. He called attention to 
the report of the Associational Board. 



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11. Miss Nannie Mae Herndon recognized members of a new com- 
mittee to study training needs of the Association. Miss Herndon has been 
appointed Chairman of the committee. She moved the adoption of the 
report. Her motion was seconded by Bob Holleman and approved. 

12. Ernest Ferrell presented the report of the Activities Committee 
and moved the adoption of the Calendar of Activities for the coming 
year as printed in the Book of Reports be adopted, with any necessary 
changes. This was seconded by R. E. Holleman and approved. 

13. Bruce Little moved the adoption of the Brotherhood report. 
Mr. Holleman seconded and the report was adopted. 

14. Steve Ackerman moved the adoption of the Report of Youth 
Council Advisory Committee. Miss Nannie Mae Herndon seconded and 
the report was approved. 

15. John Laverty moved the adoption of the Music report and re- 
ports of all other associational organizations. Bob Holleman seconded 
and the reports were approved. 

16. Ned Mathews, past moderator, presided while Warren Kerr 
reported for the Nominating Committee. Mr. Kerr moved the adoption 
of his report. This was seconded and approved. 

17. Stewart Pickett moved the adoption of the Finance Committee 
report with recommendations included. This was seconded by Robert 
Winecoff and approved. 

18. Mr. Pickett then recommended the adoption of the Proposed 
budget. This was seconded by Bob Holleman and approved. 

19. Jethro Broadwell moved the adoption of the Committee on 
Committees' report. This was seconded by R. D. Holleman and 
adopted. 

20. Mr. Holleman expressed appreciation to Hubert S. Mumford, 
Superintendent of Missions for the past eighteen years, and presented 
an appropriately engraved plaque to him from the Yates Association. 

21. Mr. Holleman moved the adoption of the proposed constitution- 
al changes. These changes were presented at the October Associational 
Board meeting. The motion was seconded by Dr. D. R. Perry and 
approved. 

22. John Laverty led the messengers and visitors in singing, "To 
God Be the Glory" by Dickson. 

23. The Associational Choir, directed by Mr. Laverty, sang, "Thanks 
Be To God" by Stanley Dixon. 

24. Robert Winecoff read Scripture from Matthew 28, using the New 
Enghsh Translation. 

25. Warren Kerr, Pastor of the Hope Valley Church, brought the 
annual sermon on "The People, The Purpose and the Power of the 
Great Commission". 

26. Howard Corley read Acts 1:8 and led in prayer, ending the first 
session of the annual meeting. 



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TUESDAY, October 24, 1972 
Mount Moriah Baptist Church 

27. Robert Winecoff, Vice-Moderator of the Association, called the 
second session to order. 

28. Gerald Goodwin read from Mark 12 and led in prayer. 

29. The Youth Choir of the Guess Road Baptist Church, directed 
by David Pierceall, sang, "1 Looked For Love" and "Pass It On" by 
Carmichael. Mrs. Frances Dorrity accompanied the choir at the piano. 
Robbie Cash, Ricky Allison and Mike Mitchell played electric guitars 
and drum. 

30. Richard Smith, from the Sunday School and Church Architec- 
ture Department of the Baptist State Convention, spoke on the topic, 
"Together We Advance". He presented goals for the next three years. 

31. The hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" was sung by 
those present. Kenneth Harrell accompanied at the organ and Mrs. 
Frances Dorrity at the piano. 

32. The Moderator, John Clayton, introduced the following Panel 
Speakers: Robert Bailey, who spoke on "Future Development"; J. B. 
Buchanan, who spoke on "Missions Committee"; Russell Wimmer, who 
spoke on "Christian Social Ministries" and James Jackson, whose 
subject was, "Evangelism". 

33. The congregation sang, "Since Jesus Came Into My Heart". 

34. Mrs. E. B. Britt read the Resolutions Committee report and 
moved its adoption. This was seconded by Nannie Mae Herndon and 
approved. 

35. Mr. Mumford stated that there were several reports and two 
church histories contained in the Book of Reports that had not been 
adopted. A motion and second was made adopting these for inclusion 
in the annual Minutes. 

36. Mr. Mumford asked that the words "for $6,000.00" be added 
to the first recommendation in the report of the Finance Committee 
which was adopted on Monday evening. This was done by common 
consent. 

37. John Laverty moved that the Associational Organizational 
Officers, listed on pages two and three of the Book of Reports, be 
elected. This was seconded by Robert Holleman and approved. 

38. Robert Winecoff read a copy of a letter that was read to the 
Associational Board in session at the University Baptist Church at the 
October Board meeting from the Watts Street Baptist Church, stating 
that, after considering several alternatives, they had included as- 
sociate members in their annual report to the Association. 

39. Ned Mathews, former Moderator, rose to a point of personal 
privilege. He led in prayer and spoke as to the receiving of the letter 
by the Association. 

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for discussion of this matter. This was seconded by Lois Rhodes and 
approved. 

4L Jerreal Buchanan moved that the Association receive this letter 
as information. This was seconded. 

42. A second motion was made to extend the time for five more 
minutes. This was approved. 

43. Charles Midkiff of University Baptist Church spoke in favor of 
the motion. 

44. The question was called. The vote was taken and approved. 

45. A motion was made to extend the time of this session as long 
as necessary for the completion of the program. This was seconded 
and approved. 

46. Harrell Perry, Clerk of the Association, recognized Church 
Clerks from those churches who submitted perfect church letters on 
time. 

47. Mr. Mumford noted the fact that Harrell Perry had been clerk 
of the Yates Association for eighteen consecutive years. Mr. Mumford 
then presented the Lay Leader Award to Robert D. Holleman. Mr. 
Holleman expressed words of appreciation for the recognition. 

48. Mr. Laverty led those present as they sang, "We've A Story 
to Tell to the Nations." 

49. The Associational Choir, directed by Mr. Laverty, sang "When 
I Survey the Wondrous Cross," accompanied by Kenneth Harrell at the 
organ. 

50. Jerreal Buchanan introduced the closing speaker. Dr. William 
Powell of the Home Mission Board in Atlanta, Georgia. 

51. Dr. Powell brought an informative and challenging message on 
the growth of the bus ministry among Southern Baptists in recent years. 

52. Herman Goodin pronounced the benediction, ending the 
twenty-fourth annual session of the Yates Baptist Association. 



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Report Section 

HISTORY OF GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 

On August 2.5, 1887, Mr. Fred C. Geer gave a piece of land, located on the corner 
of Mangurn Street and Trinity Avenue, to the First Baptist Church^ Although he was not a 
church member or a i)rofessing Christian, he gave this land with the understanding that 
it be used for the building of a Missionary Baptist Church. At that time a church was 
needed on the north side of town since it was a rapidly growing part of the city. 

Work was not seriously considered until 1904 when the P'irst Baptist Church, recogniz- 
ing the need of a church in this residential section, began planning to build a missionary 
church. Mr. Geer made a donation of one thousand dollars to start the work on the build- 
ing, VN'hich began in 1906. This building, completed in June, 1907, was called the North 
Durham Baptist Church. Plans were then made to organize the church on July 23, but 
because some unrecorded matters were not complete, the actual organization is dated 
on July 30, 1907. There were 54 charter members. Most of these came by letter from the 
First Baptist Church. The church adopted the Philadelphia covenant and elected officers 
at the first business session. The officers included four deacons, a church clerk, and a 
treasurer. 

The Reverend J. M. Arnette was called to be the first pastor and he began his duties in 
August, 1907. The church grew steadily from that time in membership, financial growth, and 
spiritual influence in the community. Early in its existence, the church became self- 
sustaining and never actually received any outside aid, becoming the first Baptist church 
in the state not receiving any aid from the N. C. Baptist State Convention. The church 
was received into the Mount Zion Association and continued its membership with them 
until 1948 when a letter was secured, along with twenty-six other churches, to form the 
Yates Association in the eastern section of the Mount Zion territory. While Mr. Arnette 
was pastor, the church felt the need of more room for Sunday School. They discussed 
enlarging the church but took no definite action. After eight years of faithful service, 
Mr. Arnette resigned in May, 1915. 

In July of that year. Reverend R. R. Lanier, called from the Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary in Louisville, became the pastor but resigned in March, 1918. 

The third pastor, the Reverend Victor McGuire came from the Second Baptist 
Church of Danville, V^irginia. He had been with the church a little less than a year when 
the Foreign Mission Board appointed him to go as a missionary to China. He had felt 
God calling him to foreign service since his first years at Wake Forest College. He served 
as pastor from September, 1918, to July, 1919. Although he stayed only a short time with 
the church, he did niuch in helping the church and the community. He opened the eyes 
of many to the cause of foreign missions. He was a greatly beloved man and comforted 
many in time of sorrow during the great influenza epidemic. During Mr. McGuire's 
pastorate, plans were drawn for an up-to-date Sunday School building. In July, 1919, 
this new addition was begun. 

After being discharged from service with the American Red Cross, the Reverend 
William J. Grain was called to lead the church in September 1919. It was during his serv- 
ice that the new addition to the church v^ as completed. The church membership at this 
time was 275. On May 15, 1921, the name of the church was changed from North 
Durham Baptist Church to Grace Baptist Church. In January, 1922, Mr. Grain resigned. 

On April 16, 1922, the Reverend George T. Watkins, D. D. came as pastor to Grace 
from the First Baptist Church of Goldsboro. During his service, Grace Baptist Church 
became one of the leading churches of the city. The membership grew to 590, and the fi- 
nancial support to all local and denominational causes reached a high peak. 

On October 8, 1932, after ten years of faithful ministry, the beloved pastor died. Every- 
one had grown to love Dr. Watkins and the entire city mourned his death. In 1933 the 
Watkins Memorial Hut was erected as a monument to his loyal service. 

On May 15, 1933, the Reverend Henry B. Anderson began his ministry, having been 
called from Enfield Baptist Church. During his thirty-three years of pastorate, much was 
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On February 12, 1936, a pastorium at 1104 North Mangum Street was purchased by 
the church for the pastor. It was Dr. George T. Watkins, Jr., son of the former pastor, 
who was instrumental in getting the debt paid on the pastorium and beginning a building 
fund for our present church building. 

On June 1, 1938, Miss Mary Lucille Sanders was called as Church Secretary and 
Young People's Director. At no time since then has our pastor been without a staff member 
to help him. 

January 25, 1941, Mr. K. U. Bryan purchased the lot just north of the church at 1004 
North Mangum Street and gave it to the church to encourage an immediate building 
program. On June 9, 1948, the ground-breaking service was held and work was begun at 
once on the sanctuary. The cornerstone was placed in the sanctuary on February 20, 1949. 
Our sanctuary was completed and occupied on the first Sunday in October, 1950, at a 
cost of $324,100.00. 

On October 5, 1952, a three-manual pipe organ, purchased from Standaart Organ 
Company of Suffolk, Virginia, and costing about $25,000.00 when installed, was dedicated. 
The dedication recital was played by Dr. Harry E. Cooper, Dean of Music, Meredith 
College in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

The young people led a drive to buy the grand piano used in the sanctuary. 

In 1945 the church adopted Dr. Coleman Clarke as our first foreign missionary to 
Japan. 

A Dedication and Note Burning Service for the sanctuary was held on Sunday, 
September 12, 1954. 

Work on a vast Education Building began in September, 1956, and the first services 
were held on the second Sunday in October, 1958. 

In 1960 Mr. Anderson journeyed on a world tour. He left June 22, 1960, and returned 
August 25. He attended the Baptist World AHiance in Rio de Janeiro and visited many 
missionaries in their various countries and places of service, speaking and witnessing in 
these places. 

Homestead Heights Baptist Church started in 1962 as a mission from Grace Baptist 
Church. The Reverend Samuel James, now a missionary to South Vietnam, was first 
pastor. 

A Kindergarten and Day Nursery was started in 1964 with a present enrollment of 110. 

Some other highlights during the ministry of Mr. Anderson were paving of the park- 
ing lot and Family Night Worship Service. 

Following the retirement of Mr. Anderson December 31, 1965, the Reverend Robert 
E. Gray, who had served as our associate pastor for a year, was called as pastor beginning 
January 1, 1966. During his five years of ministry, there were many highlights of Grace 
Church. 

In November 1967 Reverend and Mrs. George W. Braswell were appointed as mis- 
sionaries to Teheran, Iran, replacing Dr. and Mrs. Coleman Clarke who had returned 
from the foreign mission field. The same year we adopted two additional missionaries — 
Reverend and Mrs. Kenneth R. Bragg, Tokyo, Japan, and Reverend and Mrs. Bob Comp- 
ton who are serving in Cali, Colombia, South America. 

In 1967 the church had an opportunity to participate in its first pictorial directory 
which has proven a big asset to the entire membership. 

On June 19, 1968 a long range improvement plan, which had been a vision of the 
church, was voted on by the church. They consisted of the following projects: 

•1. Installation of recreation facilities 

2. Installation of a new sound system 

3. Completion and furnishing of the Church Parlor 

*4. Construction of a portico at the north entrance to the education building 
5. Construction of a ramp leading into northeast hallway of sanctuary 

*As of this date all have been completed with the exception of the construction of a 
portico. 

October 16, 1968 a house and lot were purchased from Mrs. Carolyn Meredith at 
112 Seeman Street. 

On December 15, 1968, the church adopted as lifetime deacons Mr. K. U. Bryan and 
Mr. A. P. Tilley. 



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July 27, 1969 was a highlight in the life of Grace Baptist Church — a ceremony of the 
note burning of the Education Building was held. 

Mr. Gray resigned November 30, 1970 to become pastor of Edenton Baptist Church, 
Edenton, North Carolina. 

Following the resignation of Mr. Gray, the Reverend Dennis W. Hockaday was 
called as interim pastor and served the church for eight months, from January 1, 1971 
through August 31, 1971. 

On September 1, 1971 the Reverend Fred A. King, our present pastor, came to 
us from the First Baptist Church, Mebane, North Carolina. 

October 10, 1971 the church voted to install air conditioning in the Educational 
Building on the second and third floors which was completed and in use in the summer 
of 1972. 

For several years the church had desired a constitution and after years of faithful 
work b>' a special committee, the church adopted said constitution December 5, 1971. 

In April, 1972, two new missionaries were appointed. They are Dr. and Mrs. Paul 
Miller, Nigeria, Africa, and Reverend and Mrs. Gene Henson, Brazil. At the present time 
we are supporting three missionaries. 

Seeing the need of a ministry to our Shut-ins, the Branch Bible Class of our Sunday 
School is sponsoring a Tape Ministry which began this year. 

The Welcome Club was organized in the fall of 1971 for elderly members of the 
church and their friends. This provides them with Bible study, fellowship, meals, ceramics 
and occasional trips. 

The church also has a very active youth program; Woman's Missionary Union and 
its auxiliaries; and a music program consisting of choirs of all ages. 

The church now o\mis an entire city block with the exception of one house and lot. 
The total cost of buildings, furnishings and extra real estate would be approximately one 
million dollars. 

Our church enrollment is 1,041 with a budget of $102,712.40 for 1972. We feel that 
our church is unique in that it has had only eight pastors in its sixty-five year history. 

The Grace Baptist Church is located among some of the most stable people of the 
city and all during its history has enjoyed a steady and substantial growth. 



fflSTORY OF LAKEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 



Lakewood Baptist Church was organized in the old frame structure of Lakewood 
School on April 14, 1912. There were eight charter members: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ward, 
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rigsbee, Mr. D. E. Durham, Mrs. J. G. Rigsbee, Mrs. A. T. Woods, 
and Mrs. J. C. Myrick. 

Three ministers assisted in the organization: Rev. \V. C. Barrett, Rev. M. C. Davis 
and Rev. R. P. Ellington. The church called Rev. R. P. Ellington as the first pastor. 

During the first year and a half after its organization the church experienced dif- 
ficulty in finding a place of worship. Services were held in the old frame structure of 
Lakewood School during the summer months and the Lakewood Park buildings in the 
winter. 

The first officers of the church were: Trustees: Mr. F. A. Ward and Mr. R. L. Rigs- 
bee; Church Clerk and Treasurer: Mr. W. G. Pendergrass; Organist: Mrs. J. C. Myrick; 
Sunday School Superintendent: Mr. D. E. Durham; Deacons: Mr. F. A. Ward and Mr. 
R. L. Rigsbee. 

In February, 1913, the church called Rev. W. E. Warren to succeed Rev. R. P. Elling- 
ton, who resigned to enter the seminary for theological training. 

In April, 1913, the church held a revival in the Lakewood Park Casino which resulted 
in many additions to the membership. This brought about an urgent need for a new 
building. A lot was purchased on the corner of Bivins and James Streets and a white frame 
building was begun in the fall of 1914. By April 2, 1916, the church was debt free and the 
building was dedicated. 



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Through the ensuing years the Sunday School experienced growth that brought 
about a need for more space. This was met by building additional Sunday School rooms 
in the basement of the church. 

In 1920 the congregation accepted a challenge to secure a parsonage \\'hich was pur- 
chased in that year on Lakewood Avenue. 

On June 15, 1924, the church was relocated from the frame structure on James Street 
to the present building on Chapel Hill Road. The building was not quite complete and 
worship .services were held in the basement until January 4, 1925, when the first service 
of worship was held in the main auditorium of the new building. The old church building 
on James Street was sold to Mr. J. E. Latta in 1924, at which time the parsonage on Lake- 
wood Avenue was also sold. 

On May .30, 1928, Mr. F. A. Ward passed away, and following his death the church 
suffered to the extent of being sold for the debt by the Jefferson Standard Life Insur- 
ance Company. The insurance company bought the building in 1930 and rented it to 
the church for $100 per month. In November 1930, the Rev. H. T. Stephens conducted a 
revival for the church and through his influence and guidance the church bought the 
building and refinanced it. 

The decade of the forties found the church experiencing new Hfe and vitality with 
Dr. Trela D. Collins coming as pastor on September 1, 1940. During his ministry Dr. Collins 
led the church to become debt free and it was dedicated in January, 1944. A new parsonage 
at 1603 Lakewood Avenue was purchased during the ministry of Dr. Collins. On Novem- 
ber 13, 1949, Dr. Collins .submitted his resignation to become effective January 1, 
1950. At a homecoming celebration of the church's fortieth anniversary, the balance due on 
the parsonage was retired in full. 

Following the pa.storate of Rev. Lamar Kincaid (April 1, 1950 to April 10, 1955), 
the church called Dr. Trela Collins as interim pastor. During his interim period. Dr. 
Collins led the church to adopt the unified budget system with a goal of erecting an educa- 
tional building. Pledges from the membership for this purpose were accepted on Novem- 
ber 11, 1955, amounting to $25,180.20. Groundbreaking ceremony for the educational 
building was held on Sunday, August 4, 1957. The new building was used for the first 
time on May 18, 1958. 

Dr. Collins resigned as interim pastor on June 1, 1958, and on this date Rev. J. Henry 
Coffer, Jr. was called as pastor. Mr. Coffer .served the church until September 30, 1960. 

On November 16, 1960, Rev. John Grant began his ministry as pastor of Lakewood. 

In the spring of 1961, an anonymous donor made it possible for an addition to be 
constructed to the parsonage at 1603 Lakewood Avenue. A new bedroom, bath and base- 
ment room were added, making the parsonage more adequate for the pastor and his 
family. 

A new organ iind piano, new carpets were installed in the sanctuary in 1966, with 
all of the improvements accompli.shed through a successful fund-raising campaign. Also, 
the church installed air conditioning throughout both sanctuary and educational buildings. 

On October 30, 1966, Mr. Grant concluded his ministry at Lakewood. 

Dr. John Freeman was called as interim pastor and served until August, 1967, at 
which time Rev. E\ erette J. Smith came to Lakewood as pastor. 

The church sold the parsonage on Lakewood Avenue and purchased the Stewart 
Rigsbee home at 1923 Ward Street. Since purchasing the house several improvements have 
been added to it: the kitchen was completely remodeled in 1970 and in 1971 central air 
conditioning was installed. 

Around the first of March of 1972 the church became debt free of all improvements 
which were air conditioning of the .sanctuary and educational building and purchasing of 
the home on Ward Street. 

The church has already approved a major renovation program to the exterior of the 
sanctuar)' plus remodeling of kitchen and fellowship hall, class rooms, rest rooms, a ramp 
between educational building and sanctuary, and improvements to the vestibule. This 
project has been awarded to the Delta Construction Company and construction is to be- 
gin the first of November. 

Gro\\'th in Lakewood has not been as some churches have experienced, but a strong 
and mature fellowship is being experienced among the people. 



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The financial strength of the church has continued to grow in a healthy manner. 
The 1972 budget became the largest in the history of the church and response to it during 
the year has far exceeded the previous year. 

The church has had thirteen pastors since its beginning. Rev. H. F. Lindsey was the 
first full-time pastor. Two of the men has served the church twice as pastors, Rev. W. H. 
Hartsell and Dr. Trela D. Collins. The church has had two brothers as pastors. Rev. W. H. 
Hartsell, upon his death in September 9, 1932, was succeeded by his brother Rev. P. P. 
Hartsell as pastor of the church. 

In order of service, the following men served as pastor at Lakewood; Rev. R. P. 
Ellington, Rev. W. E. Warren, Rev. H. F. Lindsey, Rev. W. H. Hartsell, Rev. C. T. 
Plybon, Rev. L. W. Teague, Rev. W. H. Hartsell (second time) Rev. P. P. Hartsell, Rev. 
L. R. Ennis, Dr. Trela D. Collins, Rev. E. Lamar Kincaid, Dr. Trela Collins (second 
time). Rev. J. Henry Coffer, Rev. John C. Grant, and our present pastor. Rev. Everette 
J. Smith. 

Over the years our church has employed many fine and capable church workers; 
secretaries, educational directors, music directors, custodians and others. 

The present structure has stood at the corner of Bivins Street and Chapel Hill 
Road since 1924. When you measure it in feet it is not very far from where a little band of 
eight people gathered to organize Lakewood Baptist Church in the old frame structure 
of Lakewood School on April 14, 1912. (The organization took place where the Lake- 
wood Y.M.C.A. is located today on Chapel Hill Road.) But when you measure the reality 
of Lakewood Baptist Church in terms of sacrifice, prayer, frustration and agonizing 
planning, it is a long road over which the church has come to its present hour. 

Lakewood Baptist Church continues to stand as a witness to God's saving grace 
through Jesus Christ. Her heritage is rich and her future is bright because the same sense of 
dedication shown by those in years gone by is evidenced in the lives of those in the 
present hour. 



REPORT OF PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the annual 
associational meetings of 1973: 

Host Chuches 

First Day — Parkwood Church, 1517 Clermont Road, Durham 

Second Day — Rose of Sharon Church, Rose of Sharon Road at Guess Road, Durham 

Annual Sermon 
Preacher — Rev. Ray K. Hodge, Yates Church, Durham 
Alternate — Dr. Henry Turlington, University Church, Chapel Hill 

Respectfully submitted 
W. S. Bagwell, Chairman 



REPORT OF BROTHERHOOD 
Baptist Men 

During the year we have tried to emphasize the role of laymen serving in their re- 
spective church fields and beyond in other fields oiP mission activity. 

The Spireno Campaign in the spring, with Richard Hogue as speaker, was an inter- 
denominational effort in which we encourage men to cooperate in witnessing and 
counseling along with men of other cooperating churches. 

On May 23 we had Dr. Glendon McCullough, the new Director of the Brotherhood 
Commission, S.B.C., come to our association for three meetings; one in the afternoon with 
Superintendents of Missions from across the state led by Edwin Bullock, State Brother- 
hood Director, a Ladies' Night banquet with nearly 300 people present, and a service at 
7:30 p.m. to which the general public was invited. It was a big affair! 



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On October 3 a Mission Action Workshop was held in Ebenezer Church. It was 
divided into two sessions; one in which people of the various churches were able to share 
mission activities in which they were already involved successfully; a second in which 
speakers from Raleigh spoke on possible mission activities in the areas of the Retarded, 
Juvenile Delinquents, Golden Agers and Jail Ministries. 

Simultaneously with the workshop our associational R. A. leadership conducted a 
sharing session with a large group of church R. A. leaders and counselors. 

The R. A. work is still the greatest motivation force for Baptist men everywhere 
and a force we want to use to involve men in service to man and God. The Royal Ambas- 
sador work is the only area of the Brotherhood organization really working in many 
churches. 

Our hope for the coming years is to enlist Baptist men in Christian missions and 
activities with the goal of winning people to Jesus Christ. The Baptist pastors are the 
keys to helping us achieve this aim. 

Respectully submitted, 
Bruce C. Little, Director 

Royal Ambassadors 

During the past twelve months our Associational R. A. Committee has sponsored 
seven activities: 1) two basketball leagues were held during the winter months, one for 
Crusaders and one for Pioneers; 2) a mission tour was conducted to Wake Forest 
College; 3) a Conclave was held during Royal Ambassador Week in November; 4) 
an associational Track Meet was held, and 5) the associational winners journeyed to the 
State Meet with several of our boys coming home as winners. 6) The last event was an 
overnight camping trip to Virginia. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lewis Rigsbee, Leader 



REPORT OF ASSOCIATION CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following changes in ARTICLE XI. COMMITTEES 
AND THEIR DUTIES— 

1. that the Activities Committee be re-named the Calendar Committee; 

2. that the Program Committee be re-named the Annual Meeting Committee; 

3. that the Non-Evangelical Committee be re-named the Inter-Faith W^itness Com- 

mittee; 

4. that the number of members on the Student Work Committee be reduced from 9 

to 7, plus the chaplains; 

5. that the number of members on the Nominations Committee be increased from 3 

to 7; 

6. that the Committee on Committees be combined with the Nominations Committee; 

7. that the position of Historian be combined with the position of Clerk; 

8. that the Audio-Visual Aids Committee be combined with the Libraries Committee; 

9. that the Biblical Recorder Representative be eliminated; 

10. that the Representatives for Homes for Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, 

Colleges be eliminated in favor of an Institution Committee; 

11. that the Representatives for the Annuity Board and Cooperative Program be 

eliminated in favor of a Stewardship Committee; 

12. that the committees be listed in alphabetical order, and be changed numerically from 

(1), (2), (3), etc. to Section 1., Section 2, Section 3., etc.; 

Section 1. The Annual Meeting Committee 

Section 2. The Calendar Committee 

Section 3. The Camp Committee 

Section 4. The Christian Life Committee 

Section 5. The Christian Social Ministries Committee 

Section 6. The Constitution Committee 



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Section 7. The Deacons' Committee 

Section 8. The EvangeUsm Committee 

Section 9. The Finance Committee 

Section 10. The Foundation Committee 

Section 11. The Institution Committee 

Section 12. The Inter-Faith Witness Committee 

Section 13. The Libraries Committee 

Section 14. The Missions Committee 

Section 15. The Nominations Committee 

Section 16. The Ordinations Committee 

Section 17. The Place & Preacher Committee 

Section 18. The Radio & Television Committee 

Section 19. The Resolutions Committee 

Section 20. The Stewardship Committee 

Section 21. The Student Work Committee 

Section 22. The Trustees 
13. that the wording under the committees be revised as follows: 
THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of nine 
members, including the Woman's Missionary Society Director and the Mission Action 
Leader of Brotherhood, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the Association such 
as illiteracy, alcoholism and narcotic addiction, juvenile delinquency, unwed mothers, the 
economically disadvantaged; encourage churches to provide ministries to meet these 
needs; enlist and offer training for those with interest in these areas; organize and lead the 
churches cooperatively in some specific area(s) when wise and possible. 

to 

THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of nine 
members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's and Baptist 
Men's Organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the association such as 
non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the proverty 
stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturbed and senior citizens, to 
encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist 
and offer training for those with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperative- 
ly to specific area(s) when wise and possible. 

Add the words in parenthesis: 

THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, whose duty 
it shall be (to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches and the associa- 
tion), to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within the boundaries of the 
Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the location of 
sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the organization 
of such churches as might be authorized, and to review for the Finance Committee ap- 
plications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the duty of this Committee to 
study the applications of churches seeking admission into the Association and to make 
recommendations regarding the same. 

THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose duty it 
shall be to suggest to the Activities Committee meetings for information and/or inspira- 
tion in the interest of past, present, and future deacons. 

to 

THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose duty it 
shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the information and inspiration of 
deacons. 

THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members who shall 
cooperate with the State Chairman of Evangelism in the promotion of approved 
evangelistic efforts within the Association. It shall encourage evangelism in the churches, 



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and shall help provide evangelistic services in unchurched areas within the boundaries of 
the Association 

to 

THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members whose 
duty it shall be to encourage perennial evangelism in the churches including the 
enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out association 
evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full 
resources of the association by coordinating its efforts with other association committees 
and organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man 
to a whole life of discipleship. 

THE NON-EVANGELICALS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed as to the beliefs, 
attitudes, customs of the world non-Christian religions, the sects, Catholicism, Judaism, and 
foster a better relationship with adherents of these groups. 

to 

THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better informed as to the 
beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the world non-Christian 
religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relationship with adherents of these 
groups. 

THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of nine members, in- 
cluding the chaplains of the Baptist Student Unions at Duke University and the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to 
cooperate with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several 
institutions within the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry of the 
churches to students. 

to 

THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
with the chaplains of educational institutions in the association area acting in an advisory 
capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and promote the work of the Baptist 
Student Program in the several institutions within the area of the Association and to en- 
courage the ministry of the churches to students. 

THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members, whose 
duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offerings from the individual 
churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the Cooperative Program, to urge 
the churches to undergird their church staff members through the Annuity Board retire- 
ment plans, and to promote tithing by individual church members. 

14. That these changes be further expedited — 

a. by eliminating the word "historian" from Article IX, Section 1; 

b. by making Section 10 a second paragraph under Section 7, and substituting the 
word "he" for the words "the Historian": 

c. by eliminating the words "and representatives" from Article X, Section 1. 

Respectfully submitted 
Ray Cumbee, Chairman 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

At the close of a term of office as Associational WMU Director you feel a sense of 
relief that now the responsibility is in more capable hands, but an empty feeling of regret 
also, that you did not accomplish all you wished for. 

The theme of the year was "Living the Spirit of Christ in Expectancy and Creativity." 
The 1971-72 Watchword was taken from Phil. 2:11— "All will openly proclaim that Jesus 
Christ is the Lord, to the Glory of God the Father." 



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The Annual WMU Meeting was held on April 25 at First Church, there were more than 
400 in attendance. The afternoon Session was a business and report session, with Reverend 
Hubert S. Mumford, Superintendent of Missions, giving a good report of happenings in 
the Association, and Rev. Boyce Kimball giving illustrations of his work. The evening ses- 
sion opened \\'ith a meditation by Rev. Mumford. Mrs. Hubert Mumford introduced the 
speaker for the evening, Claude H. Rhea, Dean, School of Music, Samford University, Bir- 
mingham, Alabama. He brought a most inspirational program in the form of Song and 
Story. Rev. Robert E. Gray, former pastor of Grace Church, now serving in Edenton, 
N. C. brought the benediction. Group III Chairman, Mrs. Frank Nelson, and members from 
Braggtown, Calvary, Cheek Heights, Durham Memorial, Faith, Fieldcrest, First, Gor- 
man, Grace, Holloway Street, Plainview, Red Mountain, Ridgecrest, were hostesses 
for the meal. 

A Prayer Retreat under the direction of Mrs. Millard Page, was held in the fall at 
Camp Mundo Vista. Missionary to Vietnam, Mrs. Rachel James brought the devotional 
message. 

All of the incoming officers attended an overnight workshop at Camp Mundo Vista, 
in preparation for the new year, and to teach the three night workshop held at Grey 
Stone Church in September. About 207 women from our churches took advantage of this 
work shop. Miss Sara Ann Hobbs, our State WMU Executive Secretary taught the Direc- 
tors of the WMU. 

The Acteens, under the direction of Mrs. Merle Edmonds, had some most inspirational 
quarterly meetings, with a large number of our young girls taking part. 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Girls in Action Director, and Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Jr., Mission 
Friends Director, kept in close touch with the churches, assisting where needed. 

The Woman's Missionary Union Ministry at Murdoch Center is continuing with fifth 
Sunda>' x isitation to the cottages at the center. 

The groups are each assigned a quarter to take care of the food pantry at the Associa- 
tion Office, and they do a good job of keeping it filled. 

As an association group, we have several worthwhile projects we help with: Fellowship 
house, Maynard House and any others we are called on to assist. We hope to work with the 
Baptist Men and be of assistance to them when needed. Just call us, we'll help you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. V. J. Chance, Director. 



REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Associational Sunday School officers have been experiencing a rebuilding year. 
Due to some unforeseen circumstances, our group was not able to function in solid fashion 
as a full committee. I wish to express my sincere appreciation to Doug West for supplement- 
ing our group work in the Youth Division. 

The Re\'. Ray Cumbee and his corps of workers reported 26 participating churches 
\\'ith 210 church leaders in attendance at the two Vacation Bible School Clinics. We're 
grateful to Grace Baptist Church for the iLse of their facilities for the clinics. 

We were invited to work with Temple Baptist Church during the year. Our officers 
hope to be able to help your church in an)- way during the coming >'ear. If there are 
specific areas in which we ma>' be of service, we will respond gladl>'. Feel free to call upon 
us. 

FinalK', I wish to note the current emphasis in Sunday School work. There was a two- 
day ReaLife Conference in our association in May. The emphases were twofold; spiritual 
renewal of church leaders and ^^'orkers plus a commitment to the enlistment of new Sun- 
day School members. These two emphases of the ReaLife concept will be continued 
in the coming >'ear. Our Sunday School membership has continued to drop for several 
years. Let us covenant together to reverse this unholy trend. The first words of our 
Lord was to the effect that "I must be about my Father's business." His last words were 
"Ye shall be my witnesses 

Respectfully submitted, 
W. T. Brogden, Director 



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REPORT OF CAMP COMMITTEE 

This year has been spent in studying the t>'pe of facihties that we can and should 
erect to assure resident summer camps as quickly as possible. Cabins accommodating 
about 10 people each are preferred but they may differ in facilities. It is hoped that people 
of financial means may be located who wiW give the necessary $4-5,000 for a cabin in 
memory or in honor of a loved one. 

A brochure is being produced that will show the elevation and floor-plans of these 
proposed cabins, and a swimming pool to meet minimum needs. 

Pra>' that God may lead us to individuals who see these real and immediate needs! 

During the past twelve months 8.3 different groups from 28 churches have used the 
various facilities at the camp, especially the Nichols-Maddry Lodge. 

Respectfull)' submitted 
A. B. Stone, Jr., Chairman 

REPORT OF ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

At Associational Board meetings the following significant actions were taken: 
Berea Baptist Church — November 9, 1971 

That the City-Metropolitan Missions Study Committee be dissolved and a new com- 
mittee of seven be appointed by the moderator not later than the May Board meeting. 

That the annual meeting for 1972 be on Monday and Tuesday nights October 23- 
24 and that an>' inspirational emphasis be incorporated into these two nights. 

Goals approxed were to enlarge the Laubach hteracy program, launch a Yates 
Bible Training Center (Seminary Extension material), cooperate with the city- wide 
Spireno Crusade on March 26-31, 1972, and enlist 42 churches for World Missions 
Week, April 16-19, 1972. 

Westwood Baptist Church — February 15, 1972 

Named the committee replacing the City- Metropolitan Study Committee as the 
"Future Dev elopment Committee" with the responsibility of 

(a) surveying our geographical area to discover needs that we can and should meet. 

(b) restructuring our organization to make it more efficient in meeting those needs. 

(c) planning to meet those needs in consultation with our committees and 
organizations. 

(d) encouraging the association to carry out the plans. 

Approved that dates in the associational calendar of activities beginning with 
January 1, 1973, be set without reference to the Sundays they follow, and suggested that 
the churches do the same. 

Mount Hermon Church — May 16, 1972 

Mrs. Frances Dorrity, incoming Director of WMU, reported 37 of 48 churches 
were represented at tlie First Baptist Church with 265 serx ed supper and 450 present 
for the exening service when Dr. Claude Rhea of Samford University gave a presenta- 
tion "Missions in Nhisic". 

Bruce Little, Director of Brotherhood, promoted the coming of Dr. Glendon 
McCullough for tlie Ladies Night supper and program at the First Baptist Church on 
May 2-3, 1972. 

Lowe's Grove Church — July 18, 1972 

A recommendation of the Executive Committee was approved that the moderator 
appoint a Church Training Research Committee of at least five, \x'ith Miss Nannie Mae 
Herndon as Chairman to investigate 

(1) the personal development needs of the members of our churches. 

(2) what our association can and should do to assist the churches in meeting those 
needs, and 

(3) how to set up and carry out such a program. 

Rev. Ray Cumbee was elected Chairman of the Constitution Committee in place of 
R. F. Smith, resigned, and Rev. B. E. White, Jr. in place of Rev. Marshall Sargent, on the 
Program Committee. 



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Homestead Heights Church — September 12, 1972 

The clerk called attention to a Church Clerks Conference for September 16-17. 
Progress was reported in the Literacy Program with a training session planned for 
No\'ember. A workshop was announced for Baptist men and boys for October and a 
Il>'mn Sing at Guess Road on October 15. 

Mrs. Emily Warren was presented a gift in recognition of nine^ years service in the 
associational office. 

University Church, Chapel Hill, N. C. — October 17, 1972 

The principal item of business was a report of the associational Constitution Com- 
mittee b)' Rev. Ra>' Cumbee, Chairman. These recommended changes were approved by 
the Board for presentation at the annual meeting for adoption. 

Upon recommendation of the finance committee the board voted to extend the vaca- 
tion of the Superintendent of Missions to three weeks in 1973 and to four weeks after 20 
years. 

A letter from the Watts Street Church was read which summarized official action 
b>' its congregation during the past year pertaining to its relationship to Yates Association. 
A motion was made, seconded, and approved the letter be received as information. 

During this year I've visited in many of our churches on various occasions and have 
found a genuine welcome by the ministers and congregations. 

I deepl>' appreciate the cooperative, helpful spirit shown to me by our associational 
leaders, and a growing spirit of Christian fellowship toward each other is evidenced. 

The future looks bright, with many committees already working and others making 
significant plans for 1973. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John H. Clayton, Moderator 



REPORT OF RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Be it resolved with grateful hearts: 

That we express our thanks to our Moderator, Mr. John Clayton and our Vice- 
Moderator, the Reverend Robert Winecoff, to our Clerk, Mr. Harrell B. Perry, to our 
Superintendent of Missions, the Reverend Hubert S. Mumford, to our Program Commit- 
tee, and to all other committees for the faithful performance of their duties during the past 
year and in the preparation for the meeting of this our Twenty-Fourth Annual Session of 
The Yates Baptist Association; 

That we also thank Mr. John Laverty and his assistants for leading us in worship 
through music and that we express our appreciation to every brother and sister in 
Christ who has labored in love for the Lord in any capacity in our Association; 

That we thank God for our host churches, Angier Avenue and Mt. Moriah, for the 
use of their buildings and facilities for the meeting of the Association; 

That we express our gratitude to the Reverend Warren Kerr for the challenging 
message on Monday evening and to the Reverend Richard Smith of the Baptist State 
Convention and the Reverend William Powell of the Home Mission Board for timely 
and informative messages on Tuesday evening; 

That we bow our heads and hearts in loving memory and thankfulness for the 
inspiration given to us by those of our number who during the past year have gone to 
be with the Lord; 

That we as individuals pray earnestly for God's guidance in the casting of our vote 
in the local and national election two weeks from today; 

That we accept Paul's exhortation in Colossians 3:16 "Let the word of Christ dwell in 
you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and 
spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord", so that the churches in this 
Association will witness as never before to the lost in our midst and to the distraught, 
troubled and confused persons all around us, recognizing the fact that except for the grace 



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of God we too would be included in their number. Let us thank God for a Sax iour who is 
able to meet our every need. 

Respectfully submitted: 
Mrs. E. B. Britt, Chairman 
Mrs. S. E. Dennis 
Mrs. Robert Helms 



REPORT OF ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

During the past >'ear (October 1, 1971 to October 1, 1972) one candidate was 
examined by the Ordination Committee. On May 1, 1972 Mr. Andrew King was examined, 
at the request of the First Baptist Church. 

After examining and counseling Mr. King concerning the Christian ministry, the 
Ordination Committee recommended him to the First Baptist Church that ordination 
plans might proceed. 

As a matter of information, Mr. Tommy Robertson was examined (October 7, 1972) and 
ordained (October 8, 1972) by the Bethesda Baptist Church. 

We wish for Mr. King and Mr. Robertson long and fruitful ministries in the Lord's 
work. 

Respectfully submitted 
James E. West, Chairman 



REPORT OF MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

In addition to the prescribed responsibilities, the Mission Committee wishes to obtain 
information which would be helpful to the Missions program of the churches and the 
association. Information received from other study groups will also be shared. For this 
year the Committee wishes to offer the following information: 



Population Information: 

Durham Co. (1970 census) 132,681 

Chapel Hill area 2,5,533 

Approx. Population, Yates Association 158,214 

Church membership 95,137 

Catholic 22,000 

Yates Baptist 26,707 

Other 46,430 

Approx. Number unchurched 63,077 

Medium Income per family Annually 

(a) Durham $ 8,194 

(b) Durham County $ 9,976 

(c) Chapel Hill $10,536 



Avenues and Methods of Serving People 

I. Local Church Ministries 
Each church is encouraged to look into the possibility of using the church building and 
property, not only on Sunday, but also for weekday ministries. (Child Care Centers, Week- 
day Bible Classes, Youth Centers). Information for such ministries is offered by the Sun- 
day School Board, 127 Ninth Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. 37234, Ernest Upchurch, 
301 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, N. C. and the Yates Associational Office. 



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II. Institutional Ministries 

The committee encourages each church to participate in ministries in the many institu- 
tions and facilities. Information made available through the Associational Office. 

Homes for Aging 

Hospitals 

Hospitals services at Butner 
Jails 

III. New Churches and Mission Outreach 

a. The Missions Committee recommends that the Association investigate the 
possibility of purchasing additional land adjoining the property now owned by the 
Association on Garrett Road. 

b. The Committee has no recommendation as to sites for new churches but will 
continue study on the need for such sites. 

IV. The committee has forwarded to the finance committee a recommendation that at 
least one college student be employed next summer for Mission Bible Schools, Weekday 
Ministries, and other possible projects. 

V. The Use of "The Bus" in Mission Outreach 

The Committee has no recommendation regarding Church Bus Evangelism. 
Many churches have used busing and have reached hundreds of people. It is among 
the fastest growing ministry in the Convention. Churches interested in exploring this 
possibility may obtain information from 
Rev. William A. Powell 
Home Mission Board 
1350 Spring Street, N. W. 
Atlanta, Ga. 30309 

A two-hundred thirty-six page book. Church Bus Evangelism Articles and Forms 
from many book stores or can be ordered from Woodlawn Baptist Church, 1772 Columbia 
Drive, Decatur, Georgia 30032. 

Respectfully submitted 
Jerreal B. Buchanan, Chairman 



REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING RESEARCH COMMITTEE 

ASSIGNMENT: The Board of the Yates Baptist Association voted in July that 
the Moderator appoint a Church Training Research Committee of at least five, with 
Miss Nannie Mae Herndon as chairman, to investigate, (1) the personal development 
needs of the members of our churches, (2) what our association can and should do to 
assist the churches in meeting these needs, and (3) how to set up and carry out such a 
program. 

ORGANIZATION: The Moderator, Missionary and I met and named the committee. 
After 4 meetings of this group and numerous committee meetings we are organized with 
the follo\\'ing committees: 

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONAL CHRISTIAN DEVELOPMENT 
Church Training Research Committee 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Chmn. 
John Clayton 
H. S. Mumford 
Committee 

Creative Activities: Mrs. Martin Rigsbee, Alan Rigsbee 

Continuing Education: Randy Cain 

Yates Bible Training Centers: Coy Yates, Thad Ashley 

New Member & Leaders Training: Ed Kissiah, Charles Gardner 

Member Training: Mrs. Doris Ashley, Mrs. Mary L. Tilley, Eric Kyles 

Youth Training: Dianne Godwin, Archie Daniel 



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CONCERN: There needs to be some reorganizing, restructuring and updating pro- 
rams and concepts regarding training. The entire committee is aware that Personal 
Christian Training should take place throughout the week and not Hmited to the Sunday 
evening program. Every church sponsored activity and/or organization should contribute 
to meeting die needs of the membership for growth as Christians or it should be dis- 
continued. 

PROGRESS: The committee feels that the title of the Training Organization should 
be expanded to include all phases of the training.; therefore, we have chosen to call this 
the Department of Personal Christian Development. We have divided into 6 major com- 
mittees for work: 

First, Creative Activities is studying and evaluating the Tournaments, Bible Drills, 
and Festivals of the Arts to learn what is needed and wanted by the church member- 
ship to increase Bible knowledge and awareness and appreciation of God, the Word, 
and the Church. 

Second, the Continuing Education is new to many. The committee feels that the 
field is wide open for courses on Personal Christian development to be taught throughout 
the week in homes, schools, churches, and institutions. Many agencies are ready and wait- 
ing to offer such courses either free or at a nominal fee. A Hst of possible opportunities 
for training has been compiled. We are now endeavoring to learn what the church 
members want for continuing their Christian education. 

Third, Yates Bible Training Center. We have heard the cry from the lay leaders for 
more Bible Training. This committee has compiled a list of available Bible courses and is 
working on scheduling and communication. 

Fourth, New Member and Leader Training. We are aware of the large percentage 
of church drop-outs on our rolls and of the failure to involve new church members in a 
study of the meaning of church membership. The ineffective untrained leadership in the 
churches results in poor quality, lack of interest, and often discouraged laity. This com- 
mittee is studying the needs and making some suggestions as a result of their study. 

Fifth, Member Training. This committee is attempting to list available courses of 
study and compile a questionnaire to help with their survey of member needs for 
personal Christian development. 

Sixth, Youth Training. Most youths involved in the Sunday evening training program 
are also in the Church Music Program. What happens to the youth who isn't interested in 
music or who doesn't play ball? Our committee is working on a questionnaire to try to 
find out from the youths what other interests they have that needs to be developed in an 
expanded training session. 

Conclusion: We expect to be working many months trying to discover the needs of 
the church members. Any ideas you have regarding the curriculum for enlarging the 
program for Personal Christian Development will be welcomed by members of this 
Research Committee. 

Respectfully submitted 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council of the Yates Baptist Association met four times during the past 
season in executive meetings to plan the work of the council for the season, and make 
some tentative plans for the coming season. 

On Sunday afternoon, October 17, 1971, the eleventh annual Yates Association Hymn 
Sing was held at Grey Stone Baptist Church. Choirs from Durham Memorial, Holloway 
Street, and Grey Stone participated. Hymns were favorites of members of the Yates 
Association churches, chosen in a poll taken throughout the member churches. There was 
a good attendance for this inspiring and enjoyable hour of worship and praise through 
song. 

An associational choir was used in each session of the 1971 Annual Associational 
Meeting on October 25 and 26. This group met just prior to each session for rehearsal; 



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the>' did a ^rand job and made a wonderful contribution to the worship periods. 

The annual C^horal Clinic for choir members and music leaders in the churches was 
held at Yates Baptist Church on Monday, February 21, 1972. About 60 people attended, 
representing 18 churches. Guest leader for the clinic was Dr. Paul W. Peterson of Salem 
College, an outstanding choral and vocal authority. Largest attendance from any single 
church \\ ere the members from Yates and Lowe's Grove. 

As this report is being prepared, the Music Council is making final plans for the 
1972 II>'mn Sing iuid the music for the 1972 Annual Meeting. 

We would like to emphasize again that we, the members of the Yates Association 
Music Council, stand ready to give assistance to any church of the association, so far 
as time, opi^ortunity, and ability permit. If there is any way we can serve you better — 
an>'thing we can or should include in our work, let us know, for we want to minister 
in the most effective way we are capable of. Please call on us-we will help in any way 
we can. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John T. Laverty, Director. 



REPORT OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The Christian Social Ministries Committee had a good year with our emphasis major- 
ing on two ministries: literacy and volunteers to work with probationers. The former 
program is (juite strong now with 12 people teaching non-readers and other prepared to 
teach. In addition, another training program is being planned. The probationers ministry 
has just begun under the direction of Steve Williams. In addition to those two ministries, 
Rev. Bo>'ce Kimball is working closely with Sheriff Marvin Davis to establish a program 
of work with the jail where two Christians would assist the jailers on Friday and Saturday 
nights. This new program seems to show real promise of truly being a Christian ministry 
of caring. 

As outgoing Chairman of the Christian Social Ministries Committee my main 
wish for this work is that Christian social ministries will receive more acceptance as a 
valid form of Christian service. I would like to recommend these books w^hich 
have helped me in this regard, in addition to the Bible. They are: "The Greening of the 
Church" by Findley Edge; "Christian Manifesto" by Ernest Campbell; "Christian Reality 
and Appearance" by John A Mackay. 

Respectfully submitted 
Russell L. Wimmer, Chairman 



REPORT OF EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

It is exciting what the Holy Spirit is doing through the ministry of evangelism in our 
state. Six thousand youth and adults in 425 churches have now participated in Lay 
Evangelism Schools or Pastor's Retreats. We thank God for this tremendous response to the 
important emphasis of lay witnessing. The Yates Association Evangelism Committee in 
cooperation with the North Carolina Baptist Convention Division of Evangelism spon- 
sored a Pastor's Retreat on Lay Evangelism Schools. The purpose of the Retreat was to 
train pastors and lay persons to direct Lay Evangelism Schools in their own churches. 
The retreat was held at Angier Avenue Baptist Church on April 24, 1972, from 9 a.m. 
to 3 p.m., and was led by Mr. Jimmy D. Hinson. Eleven of our churches were represented 
by twelve ministers. 

The Evangelism Committee sought the support and participation of our Association 
churches in the area Spireno Crusade held March 18-25. The Crusade response was very 
large, and we hope, very fruitful. 

Over 2,400 pastors and lay persons attended the 26th Statewide Evangelism Con- 
ference in Fayetteville last February. Besides our receiving challenges from outstanding 



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speakers, special conferences were held with practical emphasis on different phases of 
evangelism. 

About 16,000 people attended the Second Annual Statewide Youth Evangelism night 
in Greensboro this summer with Arthur Blessit as speaker, and several of our churches 
were well represented. 

As we anticipate the new year, we look forward once again to having another Pastor's 
Retreat on Lay Evangelism Schools, to an emphasis on inner-faith witness, to participation 
in the Central Carolina Billy Graham Evangelistic Crusade in Carter Stadium, Raleigh, and 
to the 27th Statewide Evangelism Conference February 5-7, 1973 at Ovens Auditorium, 
Charlotte. 

Remember to pray earnestly for the leadership of the Holy Spirit in the total ministry 
of evangelism in North Carolina, our nation and our world. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James L. Jackson, Jr., Chairman 



REPORT OF YOUTH COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Council Advisory Committee this year has not functioned as in previous 
years. Instead of trying to work through an Associational Youth Council, which was for 
various reasons ineffective, we have sought to provide a monthly "youth happening"or 
"rally" offering opportunities for worship and fellowship. Attendance and participation was 
not as we had hoped; in five meetings average attendance was 105 with approximately 
70% of those attending in the youth age group. 

Encouraging several mission Bible Schools in the inner city and apartment complexes 
was a part of the committee's ministry. During July and August a Mission Bible School 
was conducted, again in the Hoover Road Housing Project just off Angier Avenue. 

Plans are being made for the continuation of the special monthly youth meetings with 
Barry St. Clair, associate director of the Department of Evangelism, Home Mission 
Board, and the "Listen, America" team (college students from across the state) as the fea- 
tures of our November and December, 1972 meetings. 

The possibilities for this ministry are infinite, Hmited only by the failure of local 
youth leaders to join in such a cooperative effort. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Steve D. Ackerman, Chairman 



REPORT OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

The organizational meeting of the committee was held on May 3. The conuiiittee 
was comprised of Bob Bailey, Chairman, Charles Midkiff, Steve Ackerman, Nels 
Falk, Gerald Goodwin, Fred King, Ned Mathews, ex-officio members Moderator John 
Clayton and Superintendent of Missions Hubert Mumford. Following the organizational 
meeting five meetings were held in the next five months. The work of the committee 
breaks dowTi into these main areas. 

It was apparent that some awareness of the area of the Association and the surround- 
ing areas was necessary in order to make plans for future development. Therefore, the 
Missions Committee was requested to do a study of the current makeup and the proposed 
trends of the area with regard to churches, housing, recreation, finances, community 
services, education, and the like. This committee is currently working on this assignment 
and will be submitting a preliminary report before the year is over. 

A second phase of the early work of the committee was to study the structure of the 
Association. A sub-committee comprised of Charles Midkiff, Chairman, Steve Ackerman, 
Nels Falk, Gerald Goodwin, and Fred King was given the task of surveying the associa- 
tional structures of representative metropohtan associations across the Convention. 
After a great deal of study and several meetings of the sub-committee, this group recom- 
mended to the total committees a chart drawn up by Mr. Mumford. Initial discussion of the 



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chart has revealed several iDroposed changes. P'urther study will be given before the 
chart and proposed descriptions of committee work will be finalized. 

Another phase of the committee's exploration was to determine some of the 
special projects our Association might engage in. Although anticipating the benefit of the 
Missions Committee's report before going into this area at great length, there was 
preliminar) discussion of .some more intensive mission work, both iji the special sites as 
well as in existing churches. There was also interest in trying to provide housing and 
encouragement for .special persons in need such as retarded adults, drug users, 
alcoholics, and the aged. The committee will continue to explore ways of involving 
the resources of our churches in the areas of greatest needs of mankind in our area. 

The committee has also studied the make-up of the associational office staff. One 
meeting was s[)ent in interviews of the staff, requesting their evaluation of staff procedure 
and reconunendation for the organizational structure of the staff. The committee is still 
studying this phase of the work and will anticipate bringing some recommendation in 
the near future. 

At the outset of its work, this committee did not feel that its job would be a 
short-lived one. \Ve do anticipate continuing to meet in the months ahead and hope to 
bring to a point of focus for recommendation and discussion the various insights gained 
from the stud>'. The committee Ls optimistic that the future of our Association offers 
potential for a great deal of development in terms of our ability and strength to pro- 
claim Christ's name in this area. 

Ernest Ferrell was named by Moderator John Clayton to replace Nels Falk, who 
moved from the Association. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bob Bailey, Chairman 

REPORT OF DEACONS' COMMITTEE 

On January 25 an Associational "Share In" was held at Calvary Church as sponsored 
by the Deacons Committee. Opportunities were given to members of the churches to 
share successful activities and/or progressive steps during the past year. The agenda 
for the meeting was divided into seven categories: music and youth, new personnel, new 
facilities, finances, outreach, ministry, and deacon projects. A male quartet sang two numbers 
during the program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ed Bishop, Chairman 



SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT OF PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

We recommend: 

1. that the 1973 annual meeting be held on Monday night, October 29, Tuesday morning 
through lunch and Tuesday night, October 30; 

2. that our churches be formed into groups with one group furnishing the food for lunch 
each year on a rotating basis; 

3. that our Associational Woman's Missionary Union be asked to group the churches and set 
up a convenient procedure for serving the lunches in cooperation with the host 
churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Crate Jones, Chairman 
(hsm) 

REPORT OF AUDITOR 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates Baptist 
Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1971. My examination was made 



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in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included such 
tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as I considered neces- 
sary in the circumstances, except that it was not practical to extend my examination of 
income beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and expenditures presents 
fairly the recorded cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association for the calendar 
year ended December 31, 1971 on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1971 



Balance Balance 

Fund 1-1-71 Receipts Expenditures 12-31-71 

General Fund $7,026.54 $51,148.02 $50,835.46 $7,339.10 

Royal Ambassador 298.71 2,087.80 1,927.98 458.53 

Yates Home Development 115.00 -0- -0- 115.00 

Camp Swimming Pool -0- 70.00 -0- 70.00 

Total $7,440.25 $53,305.82 $52,763.44 $7,982.63 

Cash Balance at December 31, 1971 $7,737.63 

Bank 60.00 

Security Savings and Loan 185.00 

Total $7,982.63 

Respectfully submitted, 
Frank Nelson, CPA 
Auditor 



REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE 

The Finance Committee met several times during the year to formulate realistic 
financial goals for 1973. The committee presents goals actually lo\^'er than the present 
budget, not to cut back the program, but to allow money for new anticipated projects. 
It is hoped that "pledges" for 1973 from our churches will show an increase over 1972 and 
allow for these projects. 

The committee recommends 1) that we purchase a strip of land (150' x 500') on 
Garrett Road adjoining our present property, for $6,000.00, 2) that we apply to our state 
convention for $2,000 toward an initial payment in lanuary, and 3) that the association 
make no immediate plans for erecting facilities on the property in order to accelerate 
the development of our Yates Camp on Wake Forest Highway. 

The finance committee also forwards with its approval a recommendation from the 
Missions Committee that we employ one (or two) college students for the summer of 
1973 if income permits (Mission Bible Schools, Weekday Ministries, and other projects). 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stewart Pickett, Chairman 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



Cash on Hand October 1, 1971 $ 4,094.09 

Receipts: 

from Churches $49,983.85 

from State Baptist Convention 2,200.00 

from World Missions Conference 2,942.50 

from Other 358.09 

Total Receipts $55,484.44 

Total Cash Available $59,578.53 



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DISBURSEMENTS: 
Missions: 

Church Expansion $ 84.20 

Evangehsni 71.80 

Camp: Supt. of Grounds 1,680.00 

Maintenance 1,770.30 

Bond Retirement 9,048.95 

Libraries Connnittee 33.78 

Youth Council 58.25 

Ministers' Conference 89.04 

Sunday School 228.58 

Church Training 14.98 

Woman's Missionary Ihiion 626.88 

Brotherhood 397.88 

Music 100.91 

Baptist Student Ihiion Centers 150.00 

Program Committee 302.20 

Deacons' Committee 88.33 

Missions Conmiittee 

World Missions Conference 3,213.65 

Salaries: 

Superintendent 8,062.60 

Office Assistant 4,890.41 

Clerk 325.00 

Part-time Secretaries 3,002.00 

Mini.ster Youth/Family Services 4,299.96 

Office Expense: 

Maintenance: Rent 1,920.00 

Electricity 181.68 

Water 51.84 

Fuel 469.40 

Janitor 236.75 

Miscellaneous 81.25 

Telephone — General 1,518.44 

Y/Family Services 179.67 

Postage 1,170.71 

Supplies 966.60 

Equipment 455.00 

Equipment Repair 171.96 

Fire & Theft Insurance 

Workman's Compensation 108.93 

Directories 87.60 

Other Expenses: 

Supt.'s Travel Allowance 1,320.00 

Supt.'s Housing Allowance 2,600.00 

Supt.'s Retirement 500.04 

Supt.'s Group Insurance 363.96 

Christmas Bonus' 200.00 

Social Security: Supt 675.00 

Office A.ssistant ^9.33 

Part-time Secretaries 164.71 

Camp Supt 87.36 

Con\'ention & Conferences 378.93 

Printing 1,620.34 

Minister Y/Famil>' Services: Housing 

Travel 

Retirement 400.00 



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Conventions 

Speakers 

Audio Visual Aids 121.87 

Service Contracts, Ecjuipment .353.22 

Incidentals ;382.95 

N. C. Sales Tax Paid 299.72 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $55,856.96 

Cash on Hand, General Fund, September .30, 1972 $ 3,721.57 

SUMMARY OF SPECIAL FUNDS 
R. A. Sports Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 272.76 

Receipts ■$ 1,123.00 

Disbursements $ 1,241.63 

Balance September .30, 1972 $ 154.13 

M. T. Yates Home Development Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 115.00 

Receipts 

Disbursements ■$ 

Balance September .30, 1972 $ 115.00 

Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 

Receipts ■$ 70.00 

Disbursements 

Balance September .30, 1972 .$ 70.00 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND September .30, 1972 .$ 4,060.70 



YATES ASSOCIATION FINANCIAL GOALS 



1972 Budget 1973 Proposed 

Missions 



Church Expansion 


75 


75 




1,000 


500 


Camp: Supt. of Grounds 


1,680 


1,680 


Camp: Maintenance 


2,000 


2,000 


Camp: Bond Retirement 


9,.300 


9,300 




100 


100 


Youth Council 


500 


.300 


Ministers' Conference 


75 


75 


Sunday School 


.300 


200 




200 


100 


W.M.U 


1,000 


1,000 


Brotherhood 


400 


300 




120 


120 


B.S.U. Centers 


300 


.300 




300 


200 


Deacons' Committee 


100 


100 


Missions Committee 


200 


200 


World Missions Conf. Promotion 


.300 




16,550 



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Salaries 



Superintendent 


8,200 


8.600 


Office Secretary' 


4,800 


5,040 


Part-time Secretary- 


* ''2,800 


3,000 


Minister Youth/Family' Serv ices 


*5,680 


6,160 


Clerk 


335, 


.350 






23,150 


Office Expctiscs 






Maintenance (rent Utilities janitor) 


3 060 


3,660 


1 ele[)li()ne — j^eneral 


1 600 


1^500 


'rele[)h()ne — Youth/Family Services 


240 


240 


Postage 


1,200 


1,400 


Supplies 


1,000 


800 


Equipment 


300 





Ecjuipment rei)air 


100 


100 


Fire ik Theft Insurance 


25 


25 


Workmen's Compensation 


225 - 


225 


Directories 


100 









7,950 


0th cr expenses 






Sui)erintenclent s Travel Allowance . 


1 320 


1,320 


Superintentlent's I lousing Allowance 


2 600 


2,600 


Superintendent s Retirement 


700 


700 


Su[)t^rintendent's Crouj) Insurance 


400 


400 


Christmas Bonus 


250 


250 


Social Securit)" Su[)erintendent 


675 


675 




250 


250 


S<"if'i?il SpT'iirifx" Pnrf-fiiiip Spr'rpf"iir\' 


146 


146 




88 


88 


Conventions & C>()nfc*rences 


350 


.350 


Printing 


1 500 


1,000 


Ivm'ti I 1 / r q tm 'K ^ ^pr'\/iV*p<i 
IT 1111. iv^iiiii/ 1 diiiiiv i^Jtri V iv- V ^ 






I lousing allowance 


*1 800 


1,800 


1 ravel Allowance 


*1 200 


U200 


Retirement 


400 


400 


Conv. & Conf 


150 


200 


Speakers, etc 


200 


200 


Audio-\^isuals 


300 


100 


Service Contracts on E(|uipment 


300 


.300 


Incidentals 


750 


,300 






12,279 


1\)tal 


$60,994 


.$59,929 



"Includes anticipated support from State Convention & Home Mission Board 
""Includes anticipated support from State Convention 



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PERFECT ANNUAL LETTERS 



Church Clerk Pastor 

Angier A\'enue Mrs. I. F. Ro\\'lancl C'rate Jones 

Berea G. H. Shepherd Herman Goodin 

Braggtown Mrs. Royee L. Jefferies Clell Gibson 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Johnnie Evans Patrick Colhns 

Ebenezer Mrs. G. F. Riley Ernest Ferrell 

Faith Mrs. Darryl Morris Donald Cooper 

First Miss Maggie Morris 

Gorman Mrs. Blanch Thornton Julian Motley 

Grace Mrs. J. H. Royal Vrcd A. King 

Grey Stone Mrs. Charles McKinnon Malbert Smith, Jr. 

Guess Road Mrs. Paul Mitchell Ernest Holt 

Hollowa)' Street Mrs. Tyson Kirk Gattis Perr)' 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Harold T. Ellis Ra>' Cumbee 

Hope \'alle>' Mrs. C. F. Boykin, Jr \\'arren Kerr 

Lowe's Gro\'e Mrs. James Barringer J. A. Fogleman 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Ben F. Cheek R. H. Kelly 

Mt. Gilead Mrs. Roy Morris Fred Senter 

Mt. Hermon Mrs. Worth Shelton Robert M. Winecoff 

Mt. Moriah Mrs. Ethel Crabtree Bobby Bunce 

Mt. Pisgah Leon J. Goodwin 

Red Mountain Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr Clarence Randolph 

Rose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunnagan Nelson Chambers 

Trinity Mrs. B. R. O'Briant James L. Jackson, Jr. 

Yates Miss Helen Byrd Ray K. Hodge 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST DURING 
ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 



Church Event 

Bells — U. S. Government purchased church property for New Hope Dam for $225,000.00 
Braggtown — Celebration of .34th Homecoming. Note burning service marking payment of 

new Educational Building (9-17-1972) 
Cedar Fork — Gifts: Speaker system for church; piano for youth department and silver 

service set for church. 
Cresset — Started bus ministry. 
Ebenezer — Started radio and bus ministries. 

Edgemont — Added ramp to front of church with a gift. Celebrated 70th anniversary. 

Grey Stone — Tape ministry started for shut-ins, college students and military personnel. 

Guess Road — Youth Choir made a concert tour to Florida. Church appointed Commit- 
tee of 21 to make a detailed survey of needs of church for next 25 years. Honored J. 
Clyde Dodson, Church Treasurer for 25 years. 

Holloway Street — Paved parking lot behind church. 

Olive Branch — Dedication of newly remodeled sanctuary. 

Page Road— Education Building built, $56,000. Dedicated May 7, 1972. 

Park View — Held its 20th Anniversary in July. 

Ridgecrest — Church bus evangelism begun. 

Rose of Sharon — Initiated construction of new sanctuary. 



46 



TO'ENTY-FOURTII ANNl^AL SESSION 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 

Organized November 7, 1948 



Moderator 



Cl.-rk 



•lici 



19 19 


( )ct 






( )i't 


26 


19.')() 


( )c't 


O.J 




( )^.( 


2.5 


1 95 1 


( )^,( 


30 




( 


31 


195'^ 


( )c't 


2<S 




Oct 


29 


1 953 


( )c't 


27 




( )c't 


2S 


1 9r)-4 


( )c't 


■'6 




( )ct 




1 


( )ct 


■'5 




C )tt 


■^6 


1 95(1 


( )ct 


30 




Oi't 


31 


1957 


( )t't 


01) 




( )t't 


30 


1 95S 


( )t't 


0V( 




Oct 


29 


1 959 


( )t't 


07 




( )("t 


2<S 


1 9('i0 


( )t't 


25 




( )i't 


'^6 




( )ct 


■'4 




Oct 


25 


1 9(i2 


Oit 


.30 




( )ct 


.31 


1963 


Oct. 


•21t) .. 




Oct. 


;30 ., 


19(>4 


Oct. 


27 




Oct. 


2.S .. 


1965 


Oct. 


26 .. 




Oct. 




1966 


Oct. 


25 .. 




Oct. 


26 .. 


1967 


Oct. 


24 .. 




Oct. 


25 .. 


196S 


Oct. 


29 .. 




Oct. 


30 .. 


1969 


Oct. 


2,S ., 




Oct. 


29 .. 


1970 


Oct. 






Oct. 


2.S .. 


1971 


Oct. 






Oct. 


26 .. 


1972 


Oct. 


2.3 ., 




Oct. 


24 .. 



Kplicsiis 

(:rc> Slonc 

1 ,o\\ c s ( Wove 

Temple 

l'"il,uciiioiit 

I^i'ci Mountain 

lAstra 

Rraiiijtown 

Mt. Pisijali 

niirhani MiMnorial 

HclK 

Watts .St. 

Yates 

Cedar Fork 

(^.orinan 

Herca 

Temple 

Mt. Cilead 

.Vn.uier .\\ e 

Mt. Morial) 

C.racc 

Cah ar\ 

lloUoxvay St 

Immanuel 

Hetliesda 

Westwdod 

Cire\ .Stone 

Kpliesus 

Lakewood 

Mt (^arniel 

()li\ e Cliape! 

01i\ i> Hrancl) 

Carrhoro 

Mt. Uernion 

Cness Koad 

FolloNvslup 

First Baptist 

Kidgecrest Ba])tist 

l'ni\ ersit>- 

riain\ iew 

Yates Baptist 

Cornian Baptist 

Park\ iew 

Faitl) 

F.duemont 

C.re\ Stone 

.Vniiicr .\\ enuc 

Mt. Moriah 



.j. r. Fdwards C. C. Smitli H. C. Haniniett 

, joliii Kniiilit James \\ Morgan J. 1". Lennon 

.H. I). Ilolleinan Clax in KniKlit C. N. Royal 

.W. B. Can B. W Boilers Charles A. Maddr>- 

.W. B. Carr B. W . Botjers G. Fred Lipe 

n. I), liolleman ilarrcU B. i'errx Jack B. Wilder 

,B. n. liolleman Ilarrell B. IVrrx Robert Coshicr 

.Charles A. Maddrx IlancU B. IVrr> Dennis llockaday 

.Charles .\. Maddrx Ilarrell B. I'errx R. E. Scarlett 

.11. C. Bradshaxx Ilarrell B. I'errx John T. Bum 

.11. C. Bradshaxv Ilarrell B. I'errx \ ictor S. Doxvd 

.\ ictor S. Doxxd Ilarrell B I'errx Henry B. .\nderson 

. \ iitor S. Doxxd Ilarrell B. Perry W . 1.. Pearson, Jr. 

.W . Jethro Broadxxell .... Ilarrell B. Perrx \ lande Crahani 

.W. Jethro Brasxxell Ilarrell B. Perry Warren T. Carr 

.J. Bussell Barhee Ilarrell B. Perrx Malbert Smith, Jr. 

.J. Bussell Barhee Ilarrell B. I'errx B. E. White, Jr. 

. Bax K Ilodiie Ilarrell B. Perrx Russell Barhee 

Rax K. Ilodiii- Ilarrell B. Perrx J. Allison Fogleman 

. Bruce C. Little Ilarrell B I'errx Erne.st Holt 

.Bruce C. Little Ilarrell B. I'errx Julian Motley 

.Ned L. Mathexxs Ilarrell B I'errx R. F. Smith, Jr. 

■ Ned L. Mathexxs Ilarrell B. Perrx Crate Jones 

.Jolui Claxton Ilarrell B. Perrx Warren Kerr 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



47 



YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
In The Minutes 



1973 


First 


1981 


\i r 1 1 in f \4 on Q Vi 

iVlV^lilll iVli^l Idll 


1989 


al\'^ar^'^ 




ivilJliiii 1 itri 11H.JIJ 




Mnimt Cilpid 




1 idl 1 1 \ IkT 


1974 


Faith 


1982 


Pleasant Hill 


1990 


\\ estw'ood 




IXlUJ^t LI t M 










1975 


Hope Valley 


1983 


Ebenezer 


1991 


Bethesda 




Cresset 




Lo\\'e's Grove 




Yates 


1976 


Homestead Heights 


1984 


Mount Carniel 


1992 


Olive Branch 




Fieldcrest 




l^niversity 




lYmiple 


1977 


Page Road 


1985 


W atts Street 


1993 


Angier Avenue 




Park wood 




Durham Memorial 




Red Mountain 


1978 


Bells 


1986 


Cheek Heights 


1994 


Ephesus 




Cedar Fork 




Holloway Street 




Grey Stone 


ia79 


L>'stra 


1987 


Immanuel 


1995 


Edgemont 




BraggtowTi 




Trinit>' 




Carrboro 


1980 


Berea 


1988 


Gorman 


1996 


Grace 




Mount Pisgah 




Guess Road 




Lakewood 




WTien our Superintendent of Missions, Hubert S. Mumford, presented the 
"Lay Leader Av^^ard" to Robert D. HoIIeman at the annual meeting, he did not 
realize that he would receive a trophy from Mr. Holleman in the name of the 
association "for nearly 19 years of service in Yates Association." 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



MEMBERS DECEASED DURING THE YEAR 



Angier Avenue: Mr. W illiam L. Alford, Mrs. Blanche Boone, Mr. J. T. Freeman, 

Mr. W allace Freeman, Mr. Reid Garrard, Mrs. Hugh Gillette, Mrs. W. G. 

Hall, Mr. H. D. Hayes, Mrs. R. B. Hayes, Mr. F. I. Houston, Mr. J. W. 

Inscoe, Mrs. Lillie May, Mrs. James Maynard, Mrs. Lenna Sanders, Mr. 

Co\ W'ilkins, Mrs. Leolia W ilhams, Mr. W . H. W ilson, Mrs. W. H. Wilson 

and Mrs. R. W . York. 
Bells: Mr. Hugh Melton. 
Berea: Mrs. John Garden. 

Bethesda: Mr. Fred O. Bane, Mr. George F. Briggs, Mrs. X'iola G. Brinkley, Mr. 

W. H. Freeman, Mrs. Gale Glenn, Mr. E. R. Lilly, Sr., Mrs. James NcNeely 

iuid Mr. Jesse Morris. 
Braggtown: Mr. K. K. Allen, Mr. \\ . M. Garver, Mrs. Henry Gates, Mr. G. W^ 

Medlin, Mr. B. G. Parrish, Mrs. John Rakes and Mrs. Rosa Walker. 
Calvary: Mrs. R. L. Pendergraft, Mr. Ennis Sherron and Mr. James Tilly. 
Carrboro: Mr. Stewart Dillehay, Mrs. Garl ElHngton, Mr. Gharlie Ellington, Miss 

Florence Lindsa>', Mrs. Berta Long, Mr. Ralph Morgan, Mrs. H. G. Riggs- 

bee, Mrs. Glaudia X^ickers, Miss Gheryl Vitale, Mr. Seaton Wilson and Mr. 

Will Wright. 

Cedar Fork: Mr. Excell P. Green, Mr. Billy V. Markham and Mrs. N. G. Porter- 
field. 

Cheek Heights: Mr. W. E. Arnold and Mr. E. P. Clements (Deacon). 

First: Mr. Sterling Brockwell, Mr. W. S. Brooks, Mrs. L. G. Cheek, Mrs. J. T. 
Dalton, Mrs. Margaret B. Frasier, Mrs. G. W. Grissom, Mr. Ronnie Hall, 
Mr. M. S. Hildebran, Miss Nell Lougee, Mr. G. A. Pope, Mrs. E. L. Puckett, 
Mrs. J. T. Ragan, Mrs. S. G. Smoot and Mrs. J. W. Tucker. 

Durham Memorial: Mr. W. E. Beddingfield, Mr. John Franklin, Mr. Billy 
Liles and Mrs. G. E. Powers. 

Ebenezer: Mr. Zeb Jeffries. 

Edgemont: Mr. Johnnie Barnes, Mrs. Lovie Gastleberr>', Mrs. Addie Childress, 
Mrs. Doll>' Delionbach, Mrs. Pansy Emmons, Mr. C. A. Evans, Miss Gertrude 
Harp, Mrs. O. A. Johnson, Mrs. Pryor Minis, Mrs. lona G. Mitchell, Mrs. 
G. H. Murray, Mr. G. B. Rigsbee and Mrs. M. D. W inberry. 

Ephesus: Mr. Robert Hege, Mrs. N. R. Markham, Mrs. W. B. Medlin, Sr., Mr. 
I. S. Newton, Sr. and Mr. William P. Whitaker. 

Fieldcrest: Mr. Enoch Padgett. 

Gorman: Mr. Paul Foreman, Mr. Pur\'is Goss, Mrs. J. H. Haskins, Mrs. Belle 
Husketh, Mrs. F. S. Merritt, Mr. R. L. Nichols, Mrs. J. D. Norris, Mrs. Ela 
Parrish, Mr. X'ictor Reed, Mr. J. A. X'easey, Mr. Travis \'easey and Mrs. 
Hicks Walker. 

Grace: Mrs. J. M. Ghappell Mrs. E. E. Glapp, Mr. Robert DeX^ore, Mrs. L. A. 
Draughon, Mr. Garland W. Ellis, Mr. G. G. Hunt, Mrs. G. E. Isaacs, Mr. 
L. H. O'Briant, Mrs. R. H. Pope and Mr. A. P. Tilley (Deacon). 



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49 



Grey Stone: Mr. W'oodrow B>Td, Mr. Levy Gates, Mrs. R. F. Ferrell Sr., Mr. 

Andrew Harris, Mrs. \\ . L. liawley, Mrs. Lelia Hicks, Mrs. Eiila Honeycutt, 

Mrs. Annie Hudson, Mr. Lewis Hunley, Mr. Tom Keck, Mr. Paul O'Briant, 

Mrs. Annie Oldham, Mrs. Bettie Pearce, Mrs. Ada Pendergrass, Mr. C. T. 

Poe, Sr., Mr. H. C. Roberts, Mr. John Sauls, Mrs. Jesse Shields, Mrs. Walter 

Walker, Mr. Frank Wea\'er and Mr. Robert Woodside. 
Guess Road: Mr. I\ey Carxer, Mr. J. Clyde Dodson, Mr. Ronnie Hall, Mr. 

Dann\' Starker and Mrs. Maggie Thomas. 
Hollo way Street: Mrs. W. Frank Adcock, Mr. J. Bryar Lawson, Mr. R. T. Ray, 

Mr. Wilbert Rivenbark, Mrs. W . \\ Seagrox es, Mr. Edgar T. Stell, Mrs. W. 

H. Thomas, Mrs. N. B. \\'atkins, Mrs. Louise Whaley, Mr. Da\'e D. XMlhams, 

Mrs. Manley G. \\ illiams and Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson. 
Homestead Heights: Mrs. Tory Frazier. 
Hope Valley: Mr. Jerr> P. Barnes. 

Immanuel: Mr. Tomm\' Land, Mrs. Eula Merritt, Mrs. Jessie Nunley and 

Mr. Fletcher Porterfield. 
Lakewood: Mr. F. G. Perry and Mrs. EHzabeth Rigsbee. 

Lowe's Grove: Mrs. Ruby Baker, Mrs. W . T. Carpenter, Mrs. Ila F. Cox, Mrs. 

E\'el>'n M. Hogan, Mr. Clarence Poe and Mrs. Cornelia Poole. 
Lystra: Mr. Farley Dollar, Mrs. Flora Johnson and Mr. Donald Monroe. 
Mount Carmel: Mr. \\. Claude Best, Mr. E. Theodore Dollar (Deacon), Mrs. 

Lola W. Jones, Mr. N. Watts Merritt and Mr. X'olney Pendergraft. 
Mount Gilead: Mrs. Sadie Br\'ant and Mrs. Ethel Johnson. 

Mount Hermon: Mr. Cordon Couch (Deacon), Mrs. Elvie Rigsbee, Mr. Will 

Shamble\ and Mrs. Lela Sparrow. 
Mount Moriah: Mrs. Elsie Hall Brown, Mr. WiW N. Crabtree, Mrs. Novie 

Patterson, Mr. Ernest L. Pickett and Mr. Eugene Strayhorn. 
Mount Pisgah: Mr. Walter Churchill, Mr. Hallie Council and Mrs. Annie Bell 

Ilarward. 
Olive Branch: Mr. Roy Sherron. 
Page Road: Mr. Clarence C. Jones. 
Park View: Mrs. A. Y. Morgan. 
Parkwood: Mrs. Frances Porter. 

Plain view: Mrs. Rosa Ferrell and Mrs. Becky Howard. 

Pleasant Hill: Mrs. Emma Eubanks, Mr. Bass Mitchell, Miss Jennie Moore and 
Mrs. Carro Thomas. 

Red Mountain: Mrs. Sallie Crabtree, Mrs. Zela Riggsbee and Mrs. Ethel Tilley. 
Ridgecrest: Mr. Graham Porterfield. 

Rose of Sharon: Mr. Wade Caviness, Mr. Edward Eubanks, Mr. Joe Shoemaker 

and Mrs. Mar land Turner. 
Temple: Mrs. Ora Lee Barden, Mr. Ernest N. Crutchfield, Mrs. Nannie Elhott, 

Mr. Haywood Ford, Mrs. W. S. Ford, Mr. J. O. Pender, Mrs. Herman Z. 

Teague, Mrs. Mar\' Tilley, Mr. Faison Y. Whitaker, Mrs. A. D. W hittington 

and Mrs. N. P. Young. 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Trinity: Mrs. Ethel Maynard and Mr. Charlie Wood. 

University: Mrs. Recie Andrews, Dr. J. T. Dobbins, Mr. W. O. Sparrow and Mrs. 
C. R. Weaver. 

Watts Street: Mr. Lonnie M. Allen, Mrs. H. C. Barbee, Mr. H. H. Blaekmon, 
Mr. E. S. Booth, Sr. (Deacon), Mrs. W. L. Brown, Sr., Mr. Ronald Brunson, 
Sr., Mrs. A. T. Cheek, Mr. William J. Kerr, Jr., Mr. Ned H. May (Deacon), 
Mrs. Eunice Pendergrass, Mrs. Philip II. Trickey and Mrs. Lydia S. Upchurch. 

Westwood: Mrs. Mary Highsmith, Mrs. Ada Moses, Mr. George Rowland and 
Mrs. Neffie Wilson. 

Yates: Mrs. W. C. Couch, Mrs. R. A. Daniel, Mr. Colon Dollar, Mr. J. T. Hall, 
Mrs. Mamie Hargrove, Mrs. O. K. Herndon, Mr. Ode Pickett, Mr. M. J. 
Rigsbee, Mid Mrs. Arthur Wilhamson. 



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51 



CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Organists or Pianists 



Church Nome Address 

Angier Avenue Mrs. D. T. Jones 603 \\ . Markham Avenue, Durham, 27701 

Bells Mrs. Clarence Goodwin Route 2, Apex, 27502 

Berea Mrs. Ralph Ellis Route 7, Box 390, Durham, 27707 

Bethesda Mrs. Albert Critcher Rt. 4, Leesville Road, Durham, 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. Gwendolyn Loudermilk Rt. 2, Chatham Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Calvary Mrs. Fred Blackwood 130 Wilkins Dr., Box 8-A, Durham, 27707 

Carrboro Mrs. Phillip Aidrews, Jr . 40 Davie Cr., Apt. No. 5, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Cedar Fork Miss Cathy Green Rout 1, Morrisville, 27560 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Edwin Bryant Route 6, Renrod Road, Durham, 27705 

Cresset Mrs. Miriam Davis 3905 Garrett Road, Durham, 27705 

Durham, First John T. Laverty 1006 North Street, Durham, 27701 

Durham Memorial .. Mrs. Cecil Vaughn 2522 Holloway Street, 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. Lois Harder Box 272, Hillsborough, 27278 

Edgemont Mrs. C. R. Pickett Rt. 7, Box 199, Durham, 27707 

Ephesus Mrs. Norman Tingen Rt. 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Faith Mrs. Burnice Smith 3117 Cheek Road, Durham, 27704 

Fieldcrest Miss Sandra Ellis 2116 Camden Avenue, Durham, 27704 

Gorman Mrs. L. S. Thomerson Rt. 5, Box 439, Durham, 27704 

Grace Miss Mary Ruth Laverty 1006 North St., Durham, 27701 

Grey Stone Mrs. Phillip Hartung 225 Lansbury Dr., Durham, 27707 

Guess Road Miss Peggy Clayton 2715 Carver Street, Durham, 27705 

Holloway Street Mrs. George W. Browning. 4424 Ryan St., Durham, 27704 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Robert Helms Rt. 1, Box 272, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 

Hope Valley Mrs. M. R. Pridgen 3923 Swarthmore Rd., Durham, 27707 

Immanuel Mrs. David Bell 947 Lambeth Circle, Durham, 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. J. Cecil Howard 1408 James Street, Durham, 27707 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Roger King 3800 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 27707 

Lystra Mrs. Roy Williams Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Carmel -. Mrs. Kenneth Vickers Route 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Gilead Mrs. Auburn Tripp Siler City Road, Pittsboro, 27312 

Mount Hermon Mrs. Carlton Couch 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham, 27705 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Clyde Carroll, Jr 4814 Erwin Road, Durham, 27705 

Mount Pisgah Miss Diane Goodwin Route 3, Apex, 27502 

Olive Branch Robert Williamson 427 Belmont Drive, Durham, 27703 

Page Road None 

Park View Mrs. B. E. White, Jr 2513 Wilbon Street, Durham, 27704 

Parkwood Juanita Pate 5509 Pelham Road, Durham, 27707 

Plainview Mrs. Vivian Royster 2107 Ferrell Road, Durham, 27704 

Pleasant Hill Miss Vicky Thomas Route 3, Pittsboro, 27312 

Red Mountain Mrs. Sidney Ellis Rt. 2, Box 314, Rougemont, 27572 

Ridgecrest Herman Gruber Route 1, Hillsborough, 27278 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. James Milton Belcher Rt. 2, Guess Road, Durham, 27705 

Temple Miss Vangie M. Horton G-2C University Apts., Durham, 27701 

Trinity Mrs. James L. Jackson, Jr 2125 So-Hi Dr., Durham, 27703 

University Mrs. Robert Culton Lake Shore Drive, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Watts Street E. Kenneth Harrell P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 

Westwood Mrs. L. E. Stallings 4422 Ryan Street, Durham, 27704 

Yates Mrs. John W. Bro\\Ti 3507 Rugby Road, Durham, 27707 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



CHURCH SECRETARIES 



Church Name Address 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Allen Austin 121 S. Guthrie Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Bethesda Mrs. Betty Lamb 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. H. E. Wilkinson 3706 Turrentine Street, Durham, 27704 

Calvary Mrs. Ralph Faulkner 3224 Rowena Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. John Vickers Rt. 3, Box 4, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Cheek Heights Mrs. D. J. Smith, Jr 2611 Wedgedale St., Durham, 27703 

Cresset Mrs. Eleanor Weatherly 3625 Randolph Road, Durham, 27705 

Durham, First Mrs. J. L. Slaughter Rt. 8, Box 280C, Durham, 27704 

Durham Memorial .. Mrs. R. T. Foushee 109 N. Joyland Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Edgemont Miss Brenda Cof field 1003 E. Main Street, Durham, 27701 

Ephesus Mrs. Parker S. Hooper Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham, 27707 

Faith Mrs. Gilbert Parrish Rt. 6, Box 437, Durham, 27703 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Charles Howell 3005 Davie Drive, Durham, 27704 

Gorman Mrs. R. J. Thornton Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama, 27503 

Grace Mrs. J. H. Royal 3103 Shaftsbury St., Durham, 27704 

Grey Stone Miss Louise Garrard 1306 H, Leon Street, Durham, 27705 

Guess Road Mrs. Dudley Penton .... 2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Holloway Street Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford 1108 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Lessie H. Noell 4415 Holt School Road, Durham, 27704 

Hope Valley Mrs. C. F. Boykin, Jr 18 Braddock Cr., Durham, 27707 

Immanuel Mrs. E. C. Cannon 3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham, 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. Reitzel Morgan 510 Brookwood Drive, Durham, 27707 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. James M. Barringer Rt. 3, Box 79, Durham, 27707 

Lystra Mrs. Jesse Bunn Riggsbee Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Hermon Mrs. Wayland Godwin Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Warren Watkins 3518 Randolph Road, Durham, 27707 

Mount Pisgah Arthur O. Yates Route 3, Apex, 27502 

Olive Branch Mrs. Charles Gardner 211 Olive Branch Rd., Durham, 27703 

Park View Mrs. C. L Year wood 2500 Acadia St., Durham, 27704 

Parkwood Mrs. Ida G. Price 5329 Revere Road, Durham, 27707 

Plainview Mrs. Janet Sherron Rt. 6, Box 551, Sherron Rd., Durham, 27703 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Judy Shubert 520 Wildwood Drive, Durham, 27705 

Temple Miss Vangie M. Horton G-2C University Apts., Durham, 27701 

University Mrs. Lorraine Blanton S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill, 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 

Westwood Mrs. Joe Burton 4108 Pavillion PI, Durham, 27707 

Yates Mrs. Mary V. Millican ... 2401 Englewood Avenue, Durham, 27705 



CHAIRMEN OF MISSIONS COMMITTEE 



Church Name 

First, Durham G. L. Edwards 

Guess Road Ervin Allison 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Mable Carroll .. 

Parkwood Grady Thomas 

Temple Truett N. Blackwood 

Watts Street John Hudson 



A ddress 

1917 Glendale Avenue, Durham, 27701 

2704 Carver Street, Durham, 27705 

Route 7, Erwin Road, Durham, 27707 
.... 1804 Lakeshore, Chapel Hill, 27514 
... 3524 Mossdale Ave., Durham, 27707 
1414 Colewood Drive, Durham, 27705 



RECREATION DIRECTORS 



Address 



Church 



Name 



BraggtowTi Glenn McFarland 112 W. Murray Avenue, Durham, 27704 

Cheek Heights Mr. and Mrs. Steve Faucette .... 316 Deerfield Ave., Durham, 27704 



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Durham Memorial .. Miss Nancy Hildebran ... 123 Mineral Springs Road, Durham, 27703 

Grace Rev. C. D. West 2613 Ferrand Drive, Durham, 27705 

Greystone Lewis Rigsbee 1810 Latta Rd., Durham 27705 

Guess Road David R. Pierceall 3106 Guess Road, Durham, 27705 

Holloway Street W. T. Satterwhite 716 Carver Street, Durham, 27704 

Lowe's Grove George C. Scruggs Route 4, Box 19, Durham, 27703 

Lystra Mrs. John A. Oldham Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Carmel Mrs. C. E. Williams Route 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Gilead Fred Senter Rt. 1, Box 169, Pittsboro, 27312 

Olive Branch Gary McCall 1227 Landon Street, Durham, 27703 

Page Road Mrs. Dan R. McGee . P. O. Box 272, E. Durham Sta., Durham, 27703 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley Rt. 8, Saterra Dr., Durham, 27704 

Temple Truett N. Blackwood 3524 Mossdale Avenue, Durham, 27707 

Watts Street Robert O'Brien 3211 Oxford Drive, Durham, 27705 



STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 



Church Name Address 

Bethesda Robert Grigston 2506 Glover Road, Durham, 27703 

Carrboro Johnny Ross Rt. 3, Box 121, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Cresset H. W. Pickett 2919 Friendship Drive, Durham, 27705 

First, Durham Jethro Broadwell 3629 Hathaway, Durham, 27707 

Durham Memorial .. Gerald Lawson 324 Olive Branch Road, Durham, 27703 

Edgemont B. F. Denning 1912 Wallace St., Durham, 27707 

Grace W. W. Edwards 3810 Dover Road, Durham, 27707 

Guess Road Lewis Laws 2718 Cammie Street, Durham, 27705 

Holloway Street Mrs. W. B. Harrill 420 Idlewood Street, Durham, 27703 

Lowe's Grove Billy Ross 2633 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 27707 

Mount Carmel Charles Harris Route 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Hermon O. Carpenter Mangum ... 2115 Englewood Avenue, Durham, 27705 

Olive Branch Joe Dowdle South View Road, Durham, 27703 

Page Road W. E. Rice Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham, 27703 

Parkwood Harry Thomas 106 Monterey Lane, Durham, 27707 

Plainview Douglas Wyatt 2546 Ardsley Drive, Durham, 27704 

Temple David B. Washburn 1000 N. Duke Street, No. 7, Durham, 27701 

Watts Street Vivian A. Parks, Jr 4021 Bristol Road, Durham, 27707 



DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 



Church Name Address 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Anita Smith 505 N. Hyde Park Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. Frank Nelson 1519 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

Carrboro Mrs. W. C. Cole 1430 Smith Level Road, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Cedar Fork Miss Beulah Walton Route 2, Morrisville, 27560 

Cresset Mrs. Lenora Yergan 3710 Hulan Drive, Durham, 27705 

First, Durham Mrs. Al Taylor 2911 Buckingham Road, Durham, 27707 

Durham Memorial .. Mrs. Lennie Lee 2525 Holloway Street, Durham, 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. Robert Walker Rt. 2, Pleasant Green Rd., Durham, 27705 

Ephesus Mrs. S. W. Stanley 3720 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, 27707 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Thomas Weaver Box 44, Hillsborough, 27278 

Grey Stone Mrs. John Freeman 1436 Acadia Street, Durham, 27701 

Holloway Street Mrs. Guy Harmon 2010 Southgate St., Durham, 27703 

Lowe's Grove Miss Cheryl Oakley 1712 Jester Road, Durham, 27707 

Lystra Miss Mildred Oldham Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Clyde Jefferson Rt. 6, Hillside Estate, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Gilead Mrs. A. L. Hearne Route 3, Pittsboro, 27312 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Mount Moriah Miss Ann Harrison Rt. 7, Garrett Rd., Box 20, Durham, 27707 

Mount Pisgah Gene Sears Route 3, Apex, 27502 

()li\ e Branch Mrs. Robert Toler . Rt. 6, Box 322, Wake Forest Hwy., Durham, 27703 

Page Road Richard T. Wall Rt. 6, Box 494, Durham, 27703 

Park \W Mrs. Glen Long Rt. 8, Box 212, Durham, 27704 

Parkwood Janice Pate 5513 Pelham J^oad, Durham, 27707 

Plainvievv Mrs. Betty Corley Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, 27704 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Ethel Crabtree Rt. 2, Box 221, Durham, 27705 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. D. L. Webster, Jr 3141 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, 27705 

Temple David B. Washburn 1000 N. Duke Street, No. 7, Durham, 27701 

Trinity Mrs. R. L. Montague 1913 SoTIi Drive, Durham, 27703 

University Mrs. Ray Windier 1203 Holloway Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 

Westwood Mrs. Linwood Tew 706 Frasier St., Durham, 27704 

Yates Mrs. Richard Pickett 3121 Pickett Rd., Durham, 27705 



YOUTH DIRECTORS 



Church Name Address 

CaK ary Mrs. Fred Blackwood .. 130 Wilkins Drive, Box 8-A, Durham, 27703 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Joseph Conner Route 5, Creech Road, Durham, 27704 

Cresset Creig Marlowe UNC, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Durham, First Randall Robinson Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest, 27587 

Durham Memorial .. Miss Nancy Hildebran ... 123 Mineral Springs Road, Durham, 27703 

Grace C. Douglas West 2613 Ferrand Drive, Durham, 27705 

Grey Stone George F. Archer 104 A, Colonial Apts., Durham, 27705 

Guess Road David R. Pierceall 3106 Guess Road, Durham, 27705 

Holloway Street R. Dudley Penton 2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Immanuel Gary Rochelle 4 H Duke Manor, Durham, 27705 

Lakewood Dwaine C. Coley 1923 James St., Durham, 27707 

Lystra Rev. and Mrs. Leon Cheek Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mount Moriah Miss Wanda Carroll 4814 Erwin Road, Durham, 27705 

Mount Pisgah Bob Hudson Route 3, Apex, 27502 

Park View Miss Gloria Kimball 1800 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

Plainview Tony McLean Rt. 5, Box 668, Durham, 27704 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley Rt. 8, Saterra Drive, Durham, 27704 

Temple M. Clay Warf 1204 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

Lhiiversity 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 

Westwood Miss Margaret Buchanan 1103 Iredell St., Durham, 27705 



MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 



Church Name Address 

Angier Avenue Stephen Ackerman 3023 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, 27707 

Durham, First Leath C. Johnson, Jr 5120 Partridge Drive, Durham, 27704 

Durham Memorial .. Miss Nancy Hildebran ... 123 Mineral Springs Road, Durham, 27703 

Grace C. Douglas West 2613 Ferrand Drive, Durham, 27705 

Grey Stone Wilham Edward Kissiah ... Croasdaile Dr., Apt. S-5, Durham, 27705 

Guess Road David Pierceall 3106 Guess Road, Durham, 27705 

Holloway Street R. Dudley Penton 2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Lakewood Dwaine C. Coley 1923 James Street, Durham, 27707 

Park View Miss Gloria Kimball 1800 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley Route 8, Saterra Drive, Durham, 27704 

Temple M. Clay Warf 1204 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

University 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 



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ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS 



Church Name Address 

Cresset Robert D. Weatherly 3625 Randolph Road, Durham, 27705 

Durham, First Louis Alan Sasser 810 Demerius Street, Durham, 27701 

Fieldcrest Wyatt Scott 1013 Hale Street, Durham, 27705 

Grey Stone William T. Brogden 2109 Pershing Street, Durham, 27705 

Lowe's Grove George C. Scruggs Route 4, Box 19, Durham, 27703 

Parkwood John Halbrook Rt. 2, Box 572, Gary, 27511 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley Rt. 8, Saterra Drive, Durham, 27704 

Temple M. Clay Warf 1204 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

L^niversit}' 

Watts Street James E. Grant P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 



Church 


Name 


Address 


Durham, First .... 


Andrew King, Sr 


2811 University Drive, Durham, 27707 



MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 



Church Name 

Bethesda M. T. Robertson 

Durham, First Andrew King, Sr. 

Hope Valley C. F. Boykin, Jr. 

Olive Branch Gary McCall 



Addre ss 

535 3rd Ave. West, Hendersonville, 28739 
.... 2811 Universit)' Drive, Durham, 27707 

18 Braddock Circle, Durham, 27707 

1227 Landon Street, Durham, 27703 



REGULAR PASTORS WHO HAVE RESIGNED DURING THE YEAR 



Church Name 

Bethesda J. Russell Barbee 

Carrboro Roy E. Capehart 

Cedar Fork Glenn Whitley 

Durham, First R. F. Smith, Jr. 

Mount Moriah Marshall Sargent 

Pleasant Hill Ronald Davis 



MISSION PASTORS 



Church Name Address 

First Thad Ashley 2612 Roxboro Rd., Durham 27704 

John Williams 412 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 



LICENSED MINISTERS 



Church Name Address 

Berea R. J. Rothgeb 3004 University' Drive, Durham, 27707 

Bethesda M. T. Robertson 535 3rd Avenue West, Hendersonville, 28739 

Fieldcrest Marvin Byrd 3403 Summerlin Road, Durham, 27704 

Gorman John D. Collingwood 1529 Glenn School Road, Durham, 27704 

Grace Coy W. Yates 1308 Kent Street, Durham, 27707 

Guess Road J. A. Moore 3516 Guess Road, Durham, 27705 

Hope Valley C. F. Boykin, Jr 18 Braddock Circle, Durham, 27707 

Olive Branch Gary McCall 1227 Landon Street, Durham, 27703 



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TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Rose of Sharon Edward Bishop 6411 Whitt Road, Durham, 27705 

Keith Lane 3029 Rosebriar, Durham, 27705 

Trinity George Dillon 4111 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 27707 

Gerald Payne, Jr 1313 Clinton Road, Durham, 27703 



MISSIONS OPERATED 



Church Name of Mission Address of Mission 

Cheek Heights Suburban Rest Home Route 5, Box 430, Redwood Road 

Durham, 27704 

Durham, First Columbus Durham Chapel .... 1701 Angier Avenue, Durham, 27703 

(Pastor: J. Thad Ashley, 2612 Roxboro Rd., Durham, 27704 

Jesse Howell Chapel 308 N. Elizabeth Street, Durham, 27701 

(Pastor: John Wilhams, 512 Rice Circle, Wake Forest, 27587) 

Guess Road Fire Station No. 2, Durham 

Triangle Nursing Home No. 2 Mt. Sinai Road, Durham 

Bible Reading Class, S. S. Class at Medical Convalescence Comp. 
and Rose Manor 

Holloway Street Carolina Rest Home (Sunday School Class) 

3119 Colclough Ave., Durham, 27704 



ORDAINED MINISTERS OTHER THAN PASTORS 
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Name 



Address 



Occupa- 
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Angier Avenue Leo T. Bridgers 2905 Monroe St., Durham, 27707 I 

C. T. Fox Rt. 2, Morrisville, 27560 I 

Louis Stokes 3081 Mt. Gilead Rd., Atlanta, Ga., 30311 I 

Cresset Aaron Conn 2405 Cambridge Rd., Durham, 27707 I 

Durham, First Aubrey Quakenbush 3349 Denise St., Durham, 27705 CH 

Durham Memorial Hugh Watkins 2607 Tucka wanna Ave., Durham, 27703 R 

Gorman John T. Edwards 3208 E. Geer St. Durham, 27704 R 

Grace Henry B. Anderson 1104 N. Mangum St., Durham, 27701 R 

James Bland 1208 Duke University Rd., Durham, 27701 I 

Ted Stone 5114 Pine Trail Dr., Durham, 27705 I 

Grev Stone Noell Bell Rt. 1, Box 400, Durham, 27705 I 

Boyce Creamer 2100 W. Knox St., Durham, 27705 CH 

John Hall 2302 W. Club Blvd., Durham, 27704 CH 

Holloway Street Hunter G. Hobgood 2707 Davie Dr., Durham, 27704 I 

Samuel M. James 2605 Faucette Ave., Durham, 27704 CW 

H. J. Melvin 1152 Delano St., Durham, 27703 I 

Hubert S. Mumford 1108 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 AW 

Lucian Moody 1209 Holloway St., Durham, 27703 I 

Mount Carmel Vernon Sparrow Route 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 I 

Mount Gilead D. A. Calhoun Route 1, Pittsboro, 27312 I 

Roy A. Morris Route 1, Pittsboro, 27312 R 

Mount Pisgah C. E. Byrd Route 3, Apex, 27502 R 

Olive Branch Hugh Nichols Rt. 5, Patterson Rd., Durham, 27703 OR 

Plainview K.R. Crabtree Rt. 5, Box 430, Durham, 27704 R 

Rose of Sharon Preminto Chisenhall .... 3126 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, 27705 R 

Temple John W. Carlton Box 1027, Wake Forest, 27587 PI 

C. S. Waters 1225 Poplar St., Garner, 27529 I 

LCDR Joseph R. Frazier 2242-A Maxv\'ell Lane, 

USNS, FPO San Francisco CH 



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University Fred Reid Rt. 7, Box 127, Durham, 27707 CH 

Robert M. Phillips 5002 Old Oxford Rd., Chapel Hill, 27514 

Watts Street John E. Riggers Umstead Hospital, Butner, 27509 ED 

Clark Cahow 1106 Watts St., Durham, 27701 ED 

. Ronald Davis 2015 Woodland Dr., Durham, 27704 I 

David E. May 4013 Chaucer Dr., Durham, 27705 CW 

Coolidge Porterfield 2839 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 

Andrew C. Puckett, Jr 944 Lambeth Circle, Durham, 27705 CH 

Westwood O. L. Riggs 2705 Woodmont Dr., Durham, 27705 R 

Yates Clarence A. Williams 2112 Angier Ave., Durham, 27703 

Clifton J. Walker Rt. 7, Box .342, Durham, 27707 I 

R Retired O Other church related work 

OM Ordained Minister CW Convention wide denominational worker 

ED Education AW Associational worker 

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Annual Financial Statement, 41 
Associational Board Report, 33 
Auditor's Report, 40 
Baptist Homes for the Aging Report* 
Baptist Children's Homes of North 

Carolina Report* 
Baptist Hospital Report* 
Biblical Recorder Report* 
Brotherhood Directors, 72 
Brotherhood Report, 28 
Calendar of Activities, 8 
Camp Committee Report, 33 
Christian Social Ministries 

Committee Report, 38 
Church Training Research Report, 36 
Committees, 5 
Constitution, 13 

Constitution Committee Report, 29 

Deacon's Committee Report, 40 

Enrollment of Messengers, 10 

EvangeHsm Committee Report, 38 

Finance Committee Report, 41 

Financial Goals, 43 

Financial Statement, 41 

Future Development Corn. Report, 39 

Historical Table, 49 

History of Grace Baptist Church, 24 

History of Lakewood Baptist 

Church, 26 
Ministers of Education, 54 



Ministers Licensed, 55 
Ministers Ordained, 55 
Missions Committee Report, 35 
Mission Pastors, 55 
Missions Sponsored, 56 
Music Council Report, 37 
Officers of the Association, 1 
Officers of Associational 

Organizations, 3 
Ordinations Committee Report, 35 
Organists, 51 

Our Beloved Dead, 69-70 

Paid Employees of the Association, 1 

Pastors Registered, 12 

Pastors, 71 

Pianists, 51 

Place and Preacher Committee 

Report, 28 
Proceedings, 19 

Program Committee Report, 40 
Reports, 24 

Resolutions Committee Report, 34 

Statistical Tables, 58 

Sunday School Report, 32 

Trustees, 7 

Visitors, 12 

W.M.U. Report, 31 

Youth Council Advisory Report, 39 

Youth Directors, 54 



* State Reports may be found in North Carolina Baptist Annual. 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Twenty-Fourth Annual Session 

1972 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1973 



THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1973 




Held with Parkwood Baptist Church, Durham, Monday, 
October 29, 1973; Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, 
Durham, Tuesday, October 30, 1973. 

Next Session to be held with Lowe's Grove Baptist 
Church, Monday night, October 28, 1974; Braggtown 
Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 29, and 
Lakewood Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, October 
29, 1974. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Directory of the Association 3 

Calendar of Activities , ; 8 

Enrolment of Messengers 10 

Constitution 13 

Proceedings of Annual Session 18 

Historical Table 45 

Our Beloved Dead 46 

Church Directory 48 

Statistical Reports 53 

Index 62 



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DIRECTORY OF ASSOCIATION 
1973 - 1974 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Officers 

Moderator - Dr. Robert M. Winecoff 383-1454 

Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, 27705 
Vice-Moderator - D. J. Booth 596-2075 

410 Mason Drive, Durham, 27703 
Clerk - Harrell B. Perry 489-5582 

204 Pineview Road, Durham, 27707 
Treasurer - Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Auditor - Frank Nelson 286-1821 

1519 Ruffin Street, Durham 27701 



General Board Members of Baptist State Convention 

J. B. Buchanan, 1517 Clermont Road, Durham, 27707. Term 
expires in 1974 

Rollin Burhans, 4305 Berini Drive, Durham, 27705. Term ex- 
pires in 1975 



Paid Employees 

Superintendent - Rev. Hubert S. Mumford 489-3396 

2821 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, 27707 

Office Assistant - Mrs. J. W. Warren 477-3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham, 27704 

Secretary - Mrs. Dallas Norris 477-5551 

2002 Woodland Drive, Durham, 27704 

Secretary - Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Chapel Hill, 27514 



Camp Caretakers - Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Funderburk. 596-6689 
Rt. 6, Box 181A, Durham, 27703 



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ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS 

The Associational Board consists of the officers of the Association, leaders of the Sunday 
School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, the chairman of 
each Standing Committee, the Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay 
members from each cooperating church. The members of the State General Board from our 
Association and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke University and the University of North 
Carolina shall be invited to sit with the Associational Board in an advisory capacity. 
Listed below are the lay members elected by the churches. 

Church Names Addresses 



Angier Avenue 


J. Preston Hall 


Paul E. Watkins 


Bells 


Arch Clark 




Mrs. Arch Clark 


Berea 


Gerald Lewter 




Mrs. Gerald Lewter 


Bethesda 


Carl Brown 




Johnny Rose 


Braggtown 


Rev. Phillip Duncan 




R. D. Holleman 


Calvary 


J. L. Jackson, Jr. 




Everett Boone 


Carrb oro 


Carl Ellington 


Cedar Fork 


W. C. Colclough 




W. R. Beasley 


Cheek Heights 


Horace Adcock 




Richard Delionback 


Cresset 


Marshall Mangum 




Ted Dale 


Durham Memorial Exie Andrews 




Roy Watson 


Edgemont 


G. D. Estes 




B. F. Denning 


Ephesus 


R. K. Witherspoon 




Lacy Thomas 


Faith 


Floyd Hicks 




Tom Tutor 




Joe H. Tucker 


Fieldcrest 


Thomas Ellis 




W. R. Riley, Jr. 




Charles Howell 


First 





627 Mimosa Ave., Durhaih, N. C. 27704 
2424 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27707 
Route 1, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 
Route 1, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 
Rt. 3, Box 266-A, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt. 3, Box 266-A, Durham, N. C. 27707 
1510 Tyonek Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rt. 4, Box 312, Durham, N. C. 27703 
5132 Kenwood Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 
1514 Hermitage Court, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt. 6, Box 545.J, Durham, N. C. 27703 
606 Midway Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Box 206, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 
Rt. 1, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
Rt. 1, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
2517 Ardsley Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
2522 Ferrell Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 
2203 University Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 
3912 Linden Terrace, Durham, N. C. 27705 
2706 Wedgedale Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 
2505 Ross Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
1602 E. Main Street, Durham, N. C. 27703 
1912 Wallace street, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt. 7, Box 317, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt. 7, Box 53, Durham, N. C. 27707 
239 Debra Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
3531 Cheek Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 
23 Faith Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
2116 Camden Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 
2918 Davie Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
3005 Davie Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 



Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead H ts 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 



R. J. Thornton 

V. E. Glenn 

D. W, Porter fie Id 

Rev. C. Douglas West 

Carl Wallace 

Mrs. John Freeman 

Eld on Gunter 

Don Wethington 

Lucien Moody 

Mrs. Richard Hester 

Fred Wilder 

Harry Phares 

R. J. Lewter 

J. L. Parrish 

Wilbur Evans 

Wallace Long 

Stewart C. Rigsbee 

Dwight Chamblee 

Mrs. Berlena Jester 

Frank Shipp 

Hubert Oakley, Jr. 

John A. Oldham 

Mrs. R L. Blackwood, 

Mrs. S. T. Noell 

Marvin Davis 

Roy Clark 

William Clayton 

William T. Dorrity 

Troy Wilkins 

Robert Gooch 

J. E. Booth 

Rufus Horton, Jr. 

George Ray 

Mrs. Alice Lipe 

Mrs. G. L. Powell 

Mrs. B. E. Hudson 

Lee Christian 

Roy Blackwell 

Bill Kirby 

Mac Williams 



Sr. 



Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama, N. C. 27503 

3308 E. Geer Street, Du-ham, N. C. 27704 

3128 Gibson Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

2613 Ferrand Drive, Durham, N. G 27705 

2713 Lawndale Ave., Durham, N. C. 27705 

1436 Acadia Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

2801 Shaftsbury Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

2204 Pike Street, Durham, N. C. 27707 

1209 Holloway Street, Durham, N. C. 27703 

2527 Ross Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Rt. 8, Box 136-A, Durham, N. C. 27704 

202 Sovereign Street, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Rt, 3, Box 266-B, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham, N. C. 27707 

2610 Kirk Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

3517 E. Oak Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 

1709 Wallace Street, Durham, N. C. 27707 

2313 Huron Circle, Durham, N. C. 27707 

1824 Jester Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

3934 S, Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Rt. 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Rt. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Rt. 6, Box 215, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Route 1, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

Route 1. Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham, N. C. 277Ub 

2306 Gate Hill Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Rt. 1, Box 156, Durham, N. C. 27705 

2012 Wa Wa Ave., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt. 3, Box 254, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Rt. 6, Box 596, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Rt. 4, Box 303-D, Durham, N. C. 27703 

4511 Holloman Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

313 Howard Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

5125 Pine Trail Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 

116 Oliver Lane, Durham, N. C. 27707 

5902 Newhall xload, Durham. N. C. 2 7707 



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Plainvie w 


George Woods 




Claude Pendergraft 


Red Mountain 


James Ellis 




Otha Taylor 


Ridgecrest 


None 


Rose of Sharon 


William Garrard 




Rev. Preminto Chisenhall, 


Temple 


Dr. R. R. Perry 




Philip M. Ward 


Trinity 




Univers ity 


B. B. Sparrow 




Mrs. Helena Kyle 


Watts Street 


Floyd Fletcher 




Roger Upchurch 


Westwood 


W. J. Peters 




Milton Roberson 


Yates 





2546 Ardsley Drive, Durham , N. C. 27704 
Rt. 5, Box 721, Durham, N. C. 27704 
Rt. 2, Rougemont, N. C. 27572 
Rt. 2, Rougemont, N. C. 27572 

3240 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, N. C. 27705 
3126 Rose of SharonRd., Durham, N. C. 27705 
1120 Iredell Street, Durham, N. C. 27705 
120 W. Woodridge Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 



100 Chase Ave., Chaoei Hill, N. C. 27514 
Cedar Street, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
23 Staley Place, Durham, N. C. 27705 
3206 Sprunt Street, Durham, N. C. 27705 
607 Candlewood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
1406 Virginia Ave., Durham. N. C. 27705 



OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATIONAL ORGANIZATION 
1973 - 1974 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 



General Director - Rev. Malcolm Cadd, 1003 E. Main St. 27701 682-3251 

Younger Preschool Director — 
Older Preschool Director — 

Younger Children*s Director _ Mrs. L. D. Harwood, Jr 477-8039 

1814 Chandalley, 27705 
Older Children's Director - Mrs. Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Drive, 27705 
Youth Director - E. Hugh O'Shields, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 .... 1596 -2441 
Young Adult Director — 

Adult Director - Ed Kissiah, Box 2686, Durham, 27705 S286-2281 

VBS Director - Steve Austin, 3315 EastjGeer Street, 27704 688-3947 

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONAL CHRISTIAN DEVELOPMENT 
(In lieu of Church Training) 

Chairman - Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, 27707 544-1859 

Advisors - John Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive, 27705 489-9514 

Hubert S. Mumford, 2821 Chapel Hill Road, 27707 489-3396 

Creative Activities - Mrs. Martin Rigsbee, 1506 Ellis Road, 27703 . . 596-2062 
Alan Rigsbee, 4813 Heritage Drive, 27705 383-5720 

Continuing Education — Randy Cain, 8 Tennyson Place, 27704 477-8335 

Yates Bible Training Center 

Coy Yates, 1308 Kent Street, 27707 489-1872 

Thad Ashley, 2612 N. Roxboro Road, 27704 477 -56 59 

New Member and Leadership Training - 

W. Ed Kissiah, Box 2682, Durham, 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

Charles Gardner, 211 Olive Branch Road, 27703 596-8907 

Member Training - Mrs. Thad Ashley, 2612 N. Roxboro Road, 27 7 04 . . 477 -56 59 

Mrs. Richard Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, 27703 596-2254 

Eric Kyles, 6310 Garrett Road, 27707 493-1384 

Youth Training - Mr. & Mrs. Archie Daniel, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill, 27514 . 383-5449 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Director — 

John T. Laverty, 414 Cleveland Street, 27701 688-7308 (ch) 

Steve Austin, 3315 East Geer Street, 27704 688-3947 (ch) 

Mrs. David Bell, 947 Lambeth Circle, 27705 383-3511 

Mrs. Morris Currin, 3811 Wake Forest Road, 27703 596-5930 

Phil Duncan, Box 8022, Durham, 27704 477-6440 (ch) 

E. Kenneth Harrell, Box 3057, Durham, 27705 688-1366 (ch) 

Mrs. Robe -t Helms, Rt. 1, Box 272. Hillsboro 27278 732-4089 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, 120 S. Gutherie Ave., 27703 596-5386 

Al Martin, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, 27701 688-7397 (ch) 

Dudley Penton, Holloway& Alma Streets, 27703 688-4711 (ch) 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director - Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Drive, 27705 383 -3405 



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Assistant Director - Mrs. W. B. Harrill, 420 Idlewood Drive, 27705 . . 596-3031 



Secretary - Mrs. B. L. Meeks, 2314 Overland Drive, 27704 688-7189 

Program Director - Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, 27705 . 383-2208 

Murdoch Mission Action Director - Mrs. V. J. Chance 688—3155 

100 W. Markham Avenue, 27701 

Historian - Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road, 27707 489-7152 

Baptist Women Director - Mrs. Frank Nelson, 1519 Ruffin Street, 27701-286-1721 

BYW Director - Mrs. C. Wesley Clayton 682-2875 

807 Demeiius Street, J-2, 27701 

BYW Assistant Director - Mrs. Henry Drane 477-1029 

200 Seven Oaks Road, 27704 
Acteens Director - Mrs. Wade McFarland, Rt. 1, Box 265, 27705 .... 383-3052 

Acteens Assistant Director — Mrs. B. R. O'Briant 596—4644 

1912 So Hi Drive, 27703 

Girls In Action Director - Miss Brenda Coffield 286-2367 

806 Carolina Street, 27705 

G. A. Assistant Director — Miss Andrea King 596—4679 

Rt. 6, Box 464-A, 27703 

Mission Friends Director - Mrs. Barbara Newcomb 477-2593 

405 Leon Street, 27704 

M. F. Assistant Director - Mrs. Earl B. Smith 477-0757 

302 Leon Street, 27704 
Group I Leader - Mrs. Paul Mitchell, 2606 Newport Drive, 27705 .... 477-2403 

Group II Leader - Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr 967-2552 

Rt. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill, 27514 



Group III Leader - Mrs. D. R. Garrett, 503 Everette Place, 27701 .... 682-5919 
Group IV Leader - Mrs. J. A. Deal, Jr., 227 N. Briggs Ave., 27703 . . . 596-7415 
Chorister, Pianist, Prayer Director to be appointed 

THE ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH LIBRARY ORGANIZATION (TACLO) 



President - Mrs. A. D. Frazier, Rt. 4, Box 298, 27703 596-7017 

Vice-President - Mrs. E. L. Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 596-5587 

Printed Material - Mrs. Gene Smith, 2218 Conestoga Street, 27705 . . . 383-1996 

Mrs. 0. L. Yergan, 3710 Hulon Drive, 27705 489-3804 

Technical Consultant - Mrs. J. W. Brame, Jr 477-8922 

200 Seven Oaks Drive, Apt. 10-H, 27704 
Audio-Visuals - David Washburn, 1000 N. Duke St. Apt. 7. 27701 . . . 688-5013 
Secretary - Mrs. R. D. Holleman, 1514 Hermitage Ct. 27707 489-8263 

COMMITTEES 

Annual Meeting 

Rev. B. E. White, (Chmn), 2500 Acadia Street, 27704 477-7497 (ch) 

Rev. Fred King, 1004 N. Mangum Street, 27701 688-6765 (ch) 

Dr. Richard C. Henderson, 414 Cleveland Street. 27701 688-7308 (ch) 

Calendar 

Rev. Warren Kerr, (Chmn), 6900 Garrett Road, 27707 , 493-1809 (ch) 

Dr. J. B. Morris, 1709 Vista, 27701 688-6588 



Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr., Rt. 3, Box 665, Chapel Hill, 27514 . . . 967-2552 
Camp 

Rev. Pat Collins, (Chmn), Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville, 27560 . . . 544-2493 (ch) 



Ray Hertzog, Rt. 1, Box 259-J, Hillsborough, 27278 

John Dilday, 305 Monticello Ave., 27707 489-0696 

Paul Babinec, 1300 N. Miami Blvd., 27703 688-7202 

George Archer, Box 2686, 27705 286-2281 (ch) 

Richard Stallings, 3008 Banner St., 27704 477-6960 

Chris Hamlet, 917 Englewood Ave. 27701 682-3572 

Christian Social Ministries 

Rev. James West. (Chmn), 1204 Lynn Road, 27703 596-2592 (ch) 

Mrs. O. C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glenco Road, 27703 596-2403 

Garland Bryant, 711 Hammond Street, 27704 477-6707 

Mrs. James Harris, 1219 Clinton Road, 27703 596-5185 

Mrs. Hubert Oakley, Rt. 3, Box 218, Chapel Hill 27514 929-1572 

Rev. Tobie Stone, 1914 S. Miami Blvd.* 27703 596-2441 ^ch) 

Mrs. Bobby Watson, Rt. 6, Box 556 , 27 7 03 596 -6226 



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Milton Roberson, 1406 Virginia Ave., 27705 286-3428 

Constitution 

Rev. Crate Jones, (Chmn), Box 11296. 27703 596-6430 (ch) 

Rev. Ned Matthews, 3024 Pickett Road, 27705 489-2655 (ch) 

Rev. E. H. Ferrell, Rt. 2, Box 422-A, 27705 383-2633 (ch) 

Deacons 

Roy Lowder, (Chmn), 1904 Guess Road, 27705 (office) 286-4491 

W. J. Peters, 607 Candlewood Place. 27704 286-3951 

Morris Currin, 3811 Wake Forest Road, 27703 596-5930 

Preston Hall, 627 Mimosa Street, 27703 682-2614 

J. Lewis Colclough, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 544-1561 

Evangelism 

Rev. Charles Gardner (Chmn), 123 Olive Branch Road, 27703 .... 596-8907 (ch) 

Rev. Clell Gibson, Box 8022, Durham, 27704 477-6440 (ch) 

Rev. Donald Cooper, 3321 Cheek Road, 27704 682-8750 (ch) 

Rev. Bill Brogden, Box 2686, Durham, 27705 286-2281 (ch) 

Rev. Nelson Chambers, 4109 Guess Road, 27705 477-3857 

Finance 

Bill Garrett, (Chmn. 74), 2304 Barrymore Ave., 27705 477-3058 

Charlie Council (74), 511 Spruce St., 27703 682-8238 

Herman Rhinehart (75), 3086 Colony Road, Apt. C, 27705 489-2797 

H. Brevard Brown (7 5), 611 Morreene Road, 27705 383-2477 

Vance Fisher (76), 2113 Angier Ave., 27703 596 -6160 

G. T. Godwin (76), 3312 S. Alston Ave. 27707 544-1840 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 (Treasurer) 383-4244 
„ (Durham) 
Foundation 

Gary C. Cole (Chmn), 2723 Stuart Drive, 27707 489-2762 

Fred Rhodes, Box 77, 27702 477-0682 

Rev. W. Gattis Perry, Holloway & Alma Streets, 27703 688-4711 (chj 

Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Road, 27705 383-5016 

Mrs. C. N. Royal, 2305 Glendale Ave., 27704 489-2537 (ch) 

Inter-Faith Witness 

Rev. J. A. Fogleman, (Chmn). 4430 S. Alston Ave., 27707 544-1888 (ch) 

Rev. Bob McClernon. Box 3057, 27705 688-1366 (ch) 

Rev. A. D. Frazier, Rt. 4. Box 327, 27703 . 596-3968 (ch) 

W. W. Barrow. 1301 Alabama Ave., 27705 286-1455 

Rev. Robert Bailey, 807 W. Chapel Hill St.. 27701 688-7397 (ch) 

Missions 

Rev. Everette Smith (Chmn). 2100 Chapel Hill Road. 27707 489-2537 (ch) 

Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2031 W. Club Blvd., 27705 286-1593 (ch) 

Dr. Albert Collier, 401 Brandywine, Chapel Hill, 27514 967-2562 

Frank Ward, 1511 Ward St., 27707 489-9777 

Rev. Ernest Holt. 3102 Guess Road. 27705 477-4893 

Irvin P. Breedlove, Sr., 1822 Forest Road, 27705 286-9092 

Rev. Fred Senter, Rt. 1, Box 169, Pittsboro, 27312 542-4114 

Nominations 

W. J. Broadwell, ,(Chmn), 3629 Hathaway Road. 27707 489-7152 

Dr. D. R. Perry, 1120 Iredell St.. 27705 286-4100 

Bob Holleman. 1514 Hermitage Ct. 27707 489-3263 

Mrs. J. C. Crutchfield. 1423 Ruffin St., 27701 688-4892 

Richard P. Hester. 2527 Ross Road, 27703 596-8468 

O. C. Mitchell. Jr.. 838 Glenco Road. 27703 596-2403 

Miss Nannie Mae Herndon. Rt. 3. Box 154, 27707 544-1859 

Ordinations 

Rev. Howard Corley, (Chmn), Rt. 5. Box 688, 27704 682-2591 (ch) 

Rev. Julian Motley. 3315 E. Geer St., 27704 688-3947 (ch) 

Dallas Norris. 2002 Woodland Drive. 27704 477-5551 

Rev. Winburn Davis. 1815 Glenn School Road. 27704 682-1248 (ch) 

Rev. Ronald Cumbie (?), 2819 Chapel Hill Road, 27707 489-2309 (ch) 



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Place and Preacher 

Rev. Herman Goodin, (Chmn), 1006 Benning St., 27703 682-8682 

W. P. Wells, 2205 Wilson St., 27705 286-1810 

J. J. Thornton, 1601 Glenn School Road, 27704 682-7711 

Radio and T. V. 

Rev. Andrew King, (Chmn), 826 N. Hardee St., 27703 682-8501 (ch) 

Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3527 Hillsborough Road, 27705 383-1422 (ch) 

Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road, 27707 . . . 489-3508 

Resolutions 

James Holland, (Chmn), 350 Country Club Drive, 27705 383-1697 

Mrs. Robert Helms, Rt. 1, Box 272, Hillsborough, 27278 732-4089 

Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road, 27707 489-7152 

Student Work 

Rev. Clay Warf, (Chmn), 807 W. Chapel Hill St., 27701 688-7397 (ch) 

Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr.. 1913 Glendale Ave., 27701 682-4955 

Rev. Stancil Baucom, Box 156, Carrboro, 27510 96 7 -30 56 (ch) 

Perry Norris, 1101 Iredell St., 27705 286-1120 

Ike P. Breedlove, Jr., Rt. 7, Erwin Road, 27707 489-1555 

Dr. Henry Turlington, Box 508, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-2157 (ch) 

Mrs. Harold Strawbridge, 1517 Edgevale Drive, 27701 682-7627 

Chaplain, UNC, 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 942-4266 

Chaplain, Duke University, Box 4752, Duke Station, 27706 286-4513 

Trustees 

W. W. Edwards, (Chmn), 3810 Dover Road, 27707 489-5122 

Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Ave., 27707 489-9881 

J. V. Ingram, 2907 Ellis Road, 27703 596-2391 

Youth Advisory 

Miss Gloria Kimball, (Chmn), 1800 Ruffin St., 27701 682-7437 

Dudley Penton, Holloway & Alma Streets, 27703 688-4711 (ch) 

Miss Nancy Hildebran, 2703 Holloway St., 27703 596-7350 (ch) 

Mrs. R. L. Bassett, Rt. 7, Box 247-A, 27707 489-4951 

Joe Peterson, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, 27707 489-2309 (ch) 

Phil Duncan, Box 8022, 27704 477-6440 (ch) 

Eddie Johnson, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, 27707 489-2537 (ch) 

Future Development Committee 

Rev. Gerald Goodwin, (Chmn), 2703 Holloway St., 27703 596-7350 (ch) 

Rev. E. H. Ferrell, Rt. 2, Box 422.A, Durham, 27705 383-4263 (ch) 

Rev. Fred King, 1004 N. Mangum St., 27701 688-6765 (ch) 

1974 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 

JANUARY 11 Ministers* Conference 

7-9 State VBS Clinic - Wingate 12 Association Board 

7-11 Bible Study Week l^-^^ Laymen's Witnessing Institute - 

13 Soul Winning Committment Day , Gardner-Webb College 

14 Ministers' Conference 16 Summer Missions Interviews - 
19 Yates Youth Fellowship ^ .-^ tt a 

25-27 Hi School Seniors' Retreat- Homes for Aging Day 

Caraway Washington's Birthday 

27 Baptist Men's Day 20 Regional S. S. Teaching Im- 

27 Association Acteen provement Workshop - Raleigh 

? Deacons' Night Ministers* Sweetheart Banquet 

_ 28 Regional Adult Choir Festival- 

FEBRUARY Raleigh, Temple 

2 Regional RA Counselors' MARCH 

Course ^ -r^. 

3 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 1-2 Day Camp Directors Workshop- 
4—6 State Evangelism Conference — Caraway 

Greensboro, War Mem. Aud. 1-2 Statewide Metro. Missions Con- 

9 Yates Youth Fellowship ference - Greensboro 

10 Race Relations Sunday 3-10 Week of Prayer for Home Mis- 

10-16 WMU Focus Week sions 



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4 World Day of Prayer 

10 Home Missions Day in S. S. 

10- 17 Youth Week 

11 Ministers' Conference 

11- 15 Regional ''Share the Word 

Conference" 

12- 14 WMU Annual Session - Winston- 

Salem 

16 Yates Youth Fellowship (Bap- 
tist Youth Night, SBC) 
18-20 Statewide Christian Life Work- 
shop on Family — Greensboro 
22-23 State Pioneer RA Congress - 

Hickory 
25,26,28,29 

S. S. Teaching Improvement 
School 

29-30 Weekday Early Education Con- 
ference (East) 

APRIL 

2 Day Camp Directors' Workshop - 

Campbell College 
4 Day Camp Workshop (7:30-9:15)- 

Place pending 
8-9 Tri-State Adult Workshop. (N.C., 

Ky., W.Va - Bristol, Tenn.- 

Va. 

8— 10 Sunday Night Place Spectacular 

- Atlanta 

9 Yates Youth Fellowship 
12-14 BSU Spring. Conf. - Caswell 

14 Easter 

15 Ministers' Conference 
15-21 Jewish Fellowship Week 

18- 20 Church Ministeries & Training 

Leadership Inst.-Mundo Vista 

19- 20 Weekend RA Camp (Grades 4- 

12) Caraway 
19—21 Family Camping Weekend — 
Caraway 
21 Cooperative Program Day 
23 Assocn. WMU Meeting - Rose of 
Sharon 

23 State Building Conference - 
Raleigh 

26-27 Weekend RA Camp (Grades 1-3) 

- Caraway 

26-27 State Church Library Workshop - 
Charlotte 

26 -27 JointYouth Convention- 
Winston-Salem 

27 WMU Prayer Retreat 

28 Life Commitment Sunday 
28 Association Acteens 

30 Association VBS Clinic 

MAY 

1-3 Statewide S. S. Children's Div. 

Workshop - Ridgecrest 
^-4 Day Camp Workshop , (?) 
5-12 Christian Home Week 

6 Assocn. Scripture Exploring 
Drill 

9- 11 State Recreation C onference - 



Caraway 

10—11 Baptist Women Retreat - Mundo 
Vista 

11 Yates Youth Fellowship 

12 Mothers' Day and Baptist Hos- 

pital Day 

13 Ministers* Conference 

13 Communications, Administra- 

tion, and Evangelism Con- 
ference - Greensboro 

14 Association Board 

16- 17 Preschool Workshop (Eastern) 

17— 18 Baptist Women Retreat - Mundo 

Vista 

17-18 State RA Track Meet - Gardner 
Webb College - Boiling Spgs. 

19 Baptist Radio & T. V. Sunday 

20- 23 Senior Adult Conf. - Caswell 

27 Memorial Day 

27— June 3 Baptist Summer Oppor. 
Orien. Week - Gardner-Webb 
College 

JUNE 

9 Religious Liberty Sunday 
10 Acteens Camps begin - M. Vista 
10 RA Camps begin - Caraway 

10 WMU Meeting - Dallas, Texas 
10-13 S.B.C. - Dallas, Texas 

16 Fathers' Day & Coll. Day 

17 Ministers* Conference 

21- 22 B.Y.W. Retreat - Mundo Vista 
25 Assocn. Stewardship Workshop 
30 Christian Citizenship Sunday 

JULY 

1-5 Youth Bible Conf. - Caswell 

8 GA Camps begin - Mundo Vista 

9 Association Board 

14 Christian Literature Day 

15 Ministers' Conference 

20 Yates Missions Fair 

28 Association Acteens 

31 -Aug. 4 8th Baptist Youth World 
Conf. - Portland, Oregon 

AUGUST 

11 Language Missions Day 

12 Ministers' Conference 

16 Statewide Youth Evangelism 

Night Wake Forest University 

17 Yates Youth Fellowship 
19-23 Week of Prayer for Association 

Missions 

23-24 Association WMU Off. Workshop 
Fruitland 

24 RA Camps end - Caraway 

25 On-to- College Day 

26-27 Association WMU Off. Workshop 
Mundo Vista 

SEPTEMBER 

2 Labor Day 

3 Association Board 

6-7 Association WMU Off. Workshop 



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Mundo Vista 
6—7 Crusader RA Congress (Grades 
1—3) Greensboro 
9 Ministers* Conference 
9-10 Association WMU Workshop 

10 Associational Launch Night (?) 
13—14 Young Marrieds Retreat - Mundo 
Vista 

13—14 Deacon Chairman Conference - 

Thomasville 
13-14 Brotherhood Ldrship. Training 
Retreat - Caraway 
15 State Missions Day 
16-20 Christian Soc. Missions Conf. 
16-20 Missionary Education Dialog 
(pastor, church staff, Assn. 
leadership) 
17 Assn. Brotherhood Workshop 
20-21 Mother-Daughter Camp - M. Vista 
21 Yates Youth Fellowship 
21 Acteens' Day at Meredith Coll. 
Raleigh 

23-24 Church Training Workshop 
27—29 Baptist Men's Retreat - Caraway 
27-29 Baptist Senior Women Retreat - 

Mundo Vista 
29-Oct. 6 Church Launching Week 

OCTOBER 

4-5 Father-Son RA Camp (Grades 

1-3) Caraway 
4-5 S. S. Director & Pastor Work- 
shop - Caraway 
4-6 B. Y. W. Convention 

7 Columbus Day 

8 Association Board 

11-12 S. S. Director & Pastor Work- 



shop - Ridgecrest 
11—13 Deacons* Retreat - Caraway 

12 Regional RA Counselor Course 

13 Biblical Recorder Day 

14 Ministers* Conferencd 

18-19 Father-Son RA Camp (Grades 
1—3) - Caraway 

19 Yates Youth Fellowship 

20 Association'al Hymn Sing 

21 Veterans* Day 

24 Senior Adult Retreat - Caraway 

27 Associational Acteens 
29—30 Associational Annual Meeting 

NOVEMBER 

3— 9 Royal Ambassador Week 

4 Baptist Women Day of Prayer 

4— 6 Joint Baptist State Convention 

Raleigh 
11 Ministers' Conference 
11 Baptist Men's Convention • 

Raleigh 

16 Yates Youth Fellowship 

17 American Bible Society Day 
19 Association Board 

22-23 Acteens Association Off. Re- 
treat - Mundo Vista 
24 Children's Homes Day 

24 Associational Acteens 

28 Thanksgiving Day 

DECEMBER 

1-8 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions 
9 Ministers* Conference 
21 Yates Youth Fellowship 

25 Christmas 

29 Student Day at Christmas 



ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 

Angier Avenue: Mrs. C. B. Bailey, Mr. Harvey Craig, Mr. Preston Hall, Mr. Tim 
HoUeman, Claiborne C. Ross, Mr. Beal Rowland, Mrs. Ike Rowland, Mrs. 
Freddie Stell, Miss Ephna Watts, Mrs. Crate Jones, Mrs. Vance Fisher. 

Berea: Mrs. Earl Bradley, Mrs. Billy Lewter, Mrs. Harold Massey, Mrs. Bennie 
Rich. 

Bethesda: Mr. & Mrs. D. J. Booth, Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Britt, Carl Brown, Robert 
Goodwin, Mrs. Lucille Ingram, Bruce Little, Hugh 0*Shields, Johnny Rose, 
Maynard Stallings, Mrs. Sherman Stallings, Mrs. Nancy Stone, Mrs. W. L. 
Williams. 

Braggtown: Mrs. R. G. Brooks, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Clements, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph 

Cooke, Philip Duncan, L. D. Harward, Jr., Robert D. Holleman, Mrs. Macon 

Morris, Mr. & Mrs. Frank D. Nelson, George M. Trout, Mrs. George M. Trout. 
Calvary: Mr. Everette Boone, Mrs. Eunice Boone, Mrs. Emma Daniel, Mrs. Claudia 

Ferrell, Mrs. Onnolee Kocher, Mrs. Margaret Michael, Mr. Elbert Smith, Mrs. 

Louise Smith, Mrs. Alice Watson. 
Carrboro: Mrs. Maude Brooks, Mrs. Milton Latta, Mrs. Josie Perry, Rev. Johnny 

Ross, Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Wright. 
Cedar Fork: Mrs. J. L. Colclough, Willie C. Colclough, Marjorie Collins, Beatrice 

Couch, Ed Couch, Jessie Hemphill, F. E. Page, Mrs. Dorothy Young. 
Cheek Heights: Mr. Horace Adcock, Richard Delionbach, Pauline Faucette, Mrs. 

N. Lassiter, Mrs. Lesperance, Mr. Bob Self. 
Cresset: Bernice Hobbet, Mozelle Jones. 

Durham Memorial: Exie Andrews, Judith Faisen (?), Robert T. Foushee, Sidney C. 
Hart, Jr., Mrs. S. Crawford Hart, Nancy S. Hildebran, Mrs. Jean Howerton, 
Fletcher King, Mrs. Otis Lee, Mrs. Betty Waston, Roy Watson, Cecil Vaughn, 



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Ebenezer: Catherine Blackburn, Pat Blackburn, Mrs. Lois Harder, Marie Johnson, 

Mrs. Dorothy A. Sykes. 
Edgemont: Mr. J. T. Blackley, Jr., Mr. Rone Davis, B. F, Denning, Mrs. Goldie 

Hurst, Mrs. Graham Knight, Mrs. Dorothy Morris, Elmo Whitaker. 
Ehpesus: Mrs. Lorraine Blanton, Arnold W. Capps, Mrs. Hallie C. Harrison, Mrs. 

Edith Hege, Lacy L. Thomas, Mrs. Doris Tillman, Thomas Smith, Robert K. 

Witherspoon. 

Fieldcrest: Mrs. Mary Gail Davis, Mr. D. L. Hardin. 

First: Mr. & Mrs. W. Jethro Broadwell, Mr. & Mrs. Billy R. Carter, Mr. & Mrs. John 
H. Clayton, Rev. Leath C. Johnson, Rev. John Laverty, Mrs. D. H. Lvon. E. T. 
Newton, Jr., Mrs. Sara H. Newton, Mr. & Mrs. Dallas H. Norris, Harrell B. Perry, 
J. S. Wiggins. 

Gorman: Mrs. R. E. Broughton, G. F. Collingwood, Mrs. R. L. Emory, Sr., Mrs. 

Grace Fogleman, Thomas C. King, Mrs. E. W. Mangum, Mrs. Julian M. Motley, 

Mrs. R. E. Rigsbee, Robert J. Thornton, Harvey A. Wall. 
Grace: Rev. Henry B. Anderson, Mr. D. W. Porterfield, Denny L. Turner, Rev. C. 

Douglas West. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. Alpha Adams, Mrs. Lessie Agner, Mrs. Blanche Blake, Mrs. Lima 

Dennis, Mrs. Virginia Ferrell, Mr. Frank Marlow, Mr. S. L. Martin, Mrs. Lola 

Strawbridge, Mr. Carl Wallace. 
Guess Road: James M. Clay, Mrs. Pearl Goehring, Edward B. Goehring, Mrs. 

Geraldine Mitchell, Rev. Dave Pierceall, Mrs. Arica C. Rigsbee. 
Holloway Street: Jill S. Branch, Raymond Branch, Mrs. Glenn Eagle, Mrs. W. B. 

Harrill, Mrs. Richard P. Hester, Mr. Sc Mrs. G. M. Hayes, R. D. Holmes, Mrs. 

Hubert S. Mumford, Mrs. John K. McGranahan, Mrs. R. Dudley Penton, R. Dudley 

Penton. 

Homestead Heights: Harry C. Phares. 

Hope Valley: Mrs. Hallie Brooks, Mr. James Fleshman, Mr. Ralph Lewter, Mrs. 

Lila Mason, Jesse S. Parrish, Mr. J. R. Snipes, Mrs. Lelia Snipes. 
Immanuel: Mrs. Nellie Belvin, Mrs. Frances Cannon, Wilbur Evans, Mr. Vernon 

Griffin, Wallace Long, Mrs. Phyllis Pool, Mr. Gary Wallis. 
Lakewood: Mrs. M. W. Lynam, Bill Magnes, Mr. & Mrs. Joe M. Rigsbee, Stewart C. 

Rigsbee, Mrs. Ruth P. Rummult, Mr. & Mrs. Everette J. Smith, Mrs. Sam 

Sprinkle. 

Lowes Grove: Mrs. Barbara W. Adams, W. E. Allen, Robert Lowe Barbee, Leon E. 
Driver, Clarence Gilmore, Mrs. W. F. Herndon, Nannie Mae Herndon, Berlena 
Jester, Billy Ross, Mrs. Belle Shipp, J. Frank Shipp. 

Lystra: Leon C. Cheek, Mrs. W. Julian Cheek, Mrs. Marjorie Oakley, Floyd Old- 
ham, Mrs. Margie Oldham. 

Mt. Carmel: Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. Blackwood, Mrs. Nellie Crabtree, A. D. Fowler, 
Mrs. R. H. Kelly, Johnnie McNease, Mrs. S. T. Noell, Sr. 

Mt. Gilead: Roy Clark, Marvin Davis, Mrs. Auburn Tripp. 

Mt. Hermon: Mrs. E. T. Cartee, W. G. Clayton, Mrs. Blanche Couch, Mrs. Gordon 

Couch, Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, Mrs. Wayland A. Godwin, Mrs. E. F. Harris, Mrs. 

Wade McFarland, Mack White, Mrs. Robert Winecoff. 
Mt. Moriah: Mrs. Annie Carroll, Mrs. Mabel Carroll, Mrs. Nettie Crabtree, Mrs. 

Sadie Crabtree, Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Gooch. 
Mt. Pisgah: Rev. C. E. Byrd, Mrs. Rachel Churchill, Mrs. Fallie Farrell, Mrs. 

Lillian Horton, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Woods 
Olive Branch: Mrs. Charles K. Gardner, Mrs. Alice Lipe, Mrs. Amerith Owen, Mr. 

& Mrs. George W. Ray. 
Page Road: Thomas W. Adcock, Brenda Hudson, Faye Powell, W. E. Stinnett. 
Park View: F. L. Christian, Jr., Hubert McDonald, Clarence Yearwood, Jr. 
Parkwood: Mrs. Sibyl Buchanan, Mrs. Mary Jones, Bill Kirby, Mrs. Daxie Kirby, 

Martin G. Moore, William A. Weed, Jr., Carrie Young. 
Plainview: Mrs. Betty Corley, Mrs. Edna Goss, Doyle Griffin, Ann Johnson, 

Claude Pendergraft, Mrs. Ruth Preddy, George Woods. 
Red Mountain: Mr. & Mrs. William Crabtree, Mrs. Greta Ellis, Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr., 

Mr. & Mrs. Mose Long, Mrs. Clarence Randolph. 
Rose of Sharon: Rev. P. E. Chisenhall, Mrs. Barbara Garrard, Esther Garrard, 

William Garrard, Joseph F. Glenn, Carl Griffin, Mrs. Wanda Griffin. 
Temple: Mrs. Theo B. Apperson, Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Cash, Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, 

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Claude J. Moody, Mr. & Mrs. Linwood Mc= 

Cullers, Dr. & Mrs. D. R. Perry, Philip M. Ward, M. Clay Ward. Mrs. Ruby R. 

West. 



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Trinity: Marie Faucette, James Harris, Joanne Massey, Marjorie O'Briant, Connie 
Smith. 

University: Gene Jester, Mrs. W. S. Kyle, Mrs. G.T. Mitchell, Dr. & Mrs. Paul 

Shearin, Dr. &, Mrs. Daniel Sherk, B. B. Sparrow, Ted W. Tysinger, Mrs. Ted W. 

Tysinger, Mrs. R. B. Vaughn. 
Watts Street: R. L. Andrews, Mrs. R. L. Andrews, Gary C. Cole, Hugh L. Duke, 

Jr., Floyd Fletcher, E. Kenneth Harrell, Richard Hutchins, Mr. & Mrs. Hunter 

L. Kelly, David E. May, Roger S. Upchurch, Kenneih E. Wright. 
Westwood: Mrs. Caromae Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. James A.'McGranahan, Milton 

Roberson, J. Linwood Tew. 
Yates: Bob Cunningham, Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Davenport, Annie Dollar, Mrs. Vernon 

E. Early, L. G. Hill, Ruby Hill, Hallie McGhee, Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Pickett, B. 

D. Wheeler. 

VISITORS REGISTERED 

Rev. Steven D. Austin, Bill Beasley, Mrs. Thomas Blackwood, Shanks Bradsher, 
Boyd Browning, Lillian S. Browning, Jesse E. Carter, W. Bryant Carr, Mrs. Ethel 
T. Crabtree, Mrs. Morris Currin, Emma Dodd, Mrs. Violet Dollar, Rev. Victor 
Dowd, Edith Dunnagan, Rev. John T. Edwards, Hazel Gardner, Mrs. Elmira 
Gilchrist, Joyce Glenn, Mrs. Herman S. Goodin, Hazel Hare, Mrs. J. F. Hare, W. 
P. Harris, Mrs. W. P. Harris, Mrs. R. C. Henderson, Ed R. Higgins, Rev. Robert 
Hill, Mrs. Bessie Hilliard, Jimmy D. Hinson, Mrs. Jimmy D. Hinson, Rev. Ray K. 
Hodge, Mrs. Doris E. Holmes, J. V. Ingram, Al Martin, Mrs. Annie McLeod, H. L. 
Page, Mrs. H. L. Page, Linda F. Porter, Grover Powell, Fred W. Rhodes, Jr., 
Rev. D. L. Riggs, Mrs. D. L. Riggs, Mrs. C. Nixon Royal, B. C. Scott, Mrs. A. H. 
Senter, Mrs. Nellie P. Smith, Mrs. W. C. Stallings, Mrs. G. A. Strayhorn, Mrs. 
Thelma Strayhorn, William Strayhorn, Mrs. L. B. Taylor, Alta Thomas, Mrs. 
Blanche Thornton, J. J. Thornton, Mrs. Philip M. Ward, J. W. Warren, Mrs. J. W. 
Warren, Mrs. Clair Wilkins. 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Paul Alverson, Jr., Robert W. Bailey, Stancil Baucom, Gerald Buchanan, Malcolm 
L. Cadd, Nelson L. Chambers, Patrich Collins, Howard Corley, Winburn C. Davis, 
E. H. Ferrell, J. Allison Fogleman, A. D. Frazier, Charles K. Gardner, Clell E. 
Gibson, Herman S. Goodin, Gerald C. Goodwin, R. C. Henderson, Ernest G. Holt, 
Warren E. Kerr, Andrew W. King, Fred A. King, L. H. Knott, Julian M. Motley, R. 
E. McClernon, W. Gattis Perry, Clarence Randolph, Fred Senter, Malbert Smith, 
Jr., Tobie P. Stone, Jr., Dr. Henry E. Turlington, James E. West, B. E. White, 
Jr., Russell L. Wimmer, Robert Winecoff. 



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CONSTITUTION 

Revised 1973 



Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 
Durham County and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the **Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational 
life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 
(Five-Point Statement From ''The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or 
small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others con- 
cerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. 
They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation 
revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance towards God and faith in Jesus 
Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality or infalibility. As in the oast so in the future BaDtists should 
hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise 
and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherrent right to draw 
up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever 
they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scrip- 
tures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpreta- 
tion, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, 
and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other 
realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected mess- 
engers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent terri' 
tories and the regular elected officers of the Association and members of the 
Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article 
II. When not in session this Association shall be comprised of its member church- 
es which shall elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article 
X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Asso- 
ciation and at any sDecial meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly certified in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof and one for each 
additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messen- 
gers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messen- 
gers, in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members 
of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any 
Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply 
to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving 
evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watch- 
care of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval 
of the Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the 
church or churches shall be received under watchcare of the Association for a 
period of one year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare such 
churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its privil- 
eges with the exception ofthe right to seat voting messengers and to voting 



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representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, 
the church or churches may, by a two=thirds vote of the Association, be received 
into full fellowship of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the 
request for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or 
churches shall be authorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privil- 
eges and voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to with= 
draw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox princi- 
ples of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists, 
or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the annual session 
of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes 
fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in particular, or that 
ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the 
church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or repre- 
sentatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and 
shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it 
may advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for 
their adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the 
highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach 
the Associational Clerk at least ten days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VH. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two suc- 
cessive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating 
churches. 

Article VIH. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on De- 
cember thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice-Moder- 
ator, Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, and such others as may be authorized 
by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the 
Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the first session of the annual meet- 
ing of the Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the 
annual meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors 
are elected and installed, unless removed for cause. Any officer miay be elected 
to succeed himself, except the Moderator, who may not serve more than two years 
in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Associ- 
ation and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as 
may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, pre- 
serve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to 
parliamentary usage, and serve as Chairman of the Associational Board, and ex- 
officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice-Moderator shall discharge the duties ofthe Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk-Historian shall keep a record of the proceedings of the 



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Association, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file 
the printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act 
as secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compen- 
sation which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the 
histories of two churches each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall main- 
tain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Associa- 
tion, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the 
Association Board, and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and 
an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annual 
report to the Association. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the 
leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the 
Superintendent of Missions, each active oastor and two lay members elected from 
each member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by 
notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The members of the State General Board from our association and the 
B. S. U. Chaplains of Duke University and the University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. The 
Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim between the 
annual sessions. It shall carry out the Dolicies and will of the Association as so 
expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance of 
its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers and com- 
mittees of the Association and on the Associational Board that may occur during 
the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each annual meet- 
ing of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee com- 
posed of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Train- 
ing, Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar, 
Camp, Christian Social Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees, and the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions ofthe Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, inter- 
pret policy as needed by the Superintendent of Missions, and strive for a omr>ot>i 
operation of the associational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board or of tlie Associa- 
tion, a Superintendent of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his 
work. The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct. 

Article XI. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the Standing Committees listed below, along with 
any other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 
These Committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and 
shall make reports of the work to the Associational Board and/or to the Associa- 
tion. Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association and are subject to re-election provided 
that in no case any person shall serve on the same committee longer than three 
years in succession. The Moderator and the Superintendent of Missions shall be 
considered ex-officio members of all Standing (Smmittees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Superintendent, the Church Training Director, the W.M.U, 
Director, the Brotherhood Director, the Music Director and the President of the 
Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty ofthis 
committee to plan and recommend tothe annual session of the association a pro- 
gram of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice 



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and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churc hes and individual Christians may work for the promotion of 
civic righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for 
keeping our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be com- 
posed of nine members, including representatives of the, Associational Baptist 
Women's and Baptist Men's Organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs 
in the association such as non°readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, 
unwed mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and 
probationers, emotionally disturbed and senior citizens, to encourage churches to 
provide ministries to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist and offer train- 
ing for those with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to 
specific area(s) when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage perennial evangelism in the churches includ- 
ing the and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to encourage perennial evangelism in the churches includ- 
ing the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out 
association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the association by coordinating its efforts with 
other association committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach 
knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 8. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the Committee shall 
be elected for a term of three years with two members elected each year on a rotat- 
ing basis. 

This Committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, re-pre- 
sent a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising 
the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for state mission funds 
for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FOUNDATION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to 
denominational objects. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their 
people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist 
Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colle^ges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better in- 
formed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the 
world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relation- 
ship with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches 
and the association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within 
the boundaries ofthe Association, to recommend to the Association or the Asso- 
ciational Board the location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or 
missions, and to assist the organization of such churches as might be authorized 
and to review for the Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mis- 
sion funds. It shall be the duty of this Committee to study the applications of 
churches seeking admission into the Association and to make r ecommendations 
regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers, and committeemen (except the Superintendent of Missions as 
heretofore provided.) 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approv- 



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al and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiza- 
tion (TACLO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations 
shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all gen- 
eral or^nizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations tothe Associational Board to fill any vacancy 
in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examin- 
ation of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position 
in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination 
until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the 
place of meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to 
the Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a 
preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose dutv it shall be to work with local stations in the securing 
of time, to promote programs of religious and of denominational interest and to 
encourage the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Associa- 
tion or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual 
Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offer- 
ings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff mem- 
bers through the Annuity Board retirement plans, and to promote tithing by indi- 
vidual church members. 

Section 20. THE OTUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the association area 
acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and pro- 
mote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within 
the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry ofthe churches to 
students. 

Section 21. THE TRUSTEES shall be three in number and shall be the repre- 
sentatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perform such duties as 
the Association or the Associational Board may prescribe. 

Article XII. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Associa- 
tion and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings ofthe Associa- 
tion and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of mem- 
bers present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or with- 
drawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from 
those churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called meetings of 
the Association and the Associational Board, a number representing a majority 
of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. 
He shall confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or 
at his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 



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(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of Robert's "Rules of 
Order." 

Article XIIL FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or the 
part of the Association except by a two°thirds vote of members of the Association 
or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and vot- 
ing. 

Article XIV. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association 
upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided 
the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational 
Board prior to the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first 
day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 

PROCEEDINGS 
of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

25th Annual Session 
October 29, 30, 1973 

First Night Session With The 
Parkwood Baptist Church 

Monday Evening, October 29, 1973 
Mr. John Clayton, Moderator, presiding 

THEME: YESTERDAY 

7:00 P. M. Registration and Fellowship 
7:25 P. M. 

1. The organ prelude was played by Miss Mary Ruth Laverty. The call to wor- 
ship was sung by the Grace Church youth choir led by Mr. Denny Turner. 

2. A scripture passage from John's gospel was read by the Rev. Stancil Baucom, 
the invocation was led by Dr. Richard Henderson, and an anthem, '*! Will Sing The 
Wondrous Story", was sung by the Grace choir, led by Mr. Denny Turner. 

3. The session was calledto order by the moderator, Mr. John Clayton, and Dr. 
B. E. White, Jr., chairman ofthe Annual Meeting Committee, presented the printed 
program. The Rev. Lawrence Knott was recognized who read a motion to be pre- 
sented in tomorrow's session. It is as follows: 

"I move that the Yates Baptist Association, meeting in its 25th Annual Session 
on October 30, at Rose of Sharon Baptist Church, go on record as expressing our 
opposition to Liquor-by-the-Drink, and that we pledge to do all we can so that this 
proposal will be defeated on November 6, 1973. 

"This motion is made with the firm conviction that it is our Christian responsi- 
bility to exert every possible effort to decrease the flow of alcohol in our great 
state." 

Dr. White moved the adoption of the program with this addition. Seconded and 
approved. 

4. The Rev. Jerreal B. Buchanan, host pastor, was recognized to bring words of 
welcome. The welcome was so unique that the messengers voted to include it in 
the printed minutes. It is as follows: 

**'We welcome you to Parkwood and to this particular church, which was 
organized October 1969 and which, at the present time, isthe last church 
to be organized and join the Yates Baptist Association. We hope we do not 
remain the last and, therefore, encourage you to organize new churches in 
the future. To welcome you we wish to use the following words: 

**To messengers of all the churches 

From Bells to Berea 

The Red Mountain 

To the Valley of Hope. 

"Messengers from all the churches 

Named after Streets, Groves, Avenues . . Heights and Branches 

"Welcome to those in view of parks 
And to those by the lakes . . 



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From Parkwood, the established last 
To all of those established first. 



"Welcome to Yates Association on number twenty-five 
Being a bridge over troubled water you survived. 
May you as a servant many more years endure 
Until His coming and call makes our election sure. 

"These two hours in comfort we hope you'll be 

In addition to our facilities we offer additional three 

Rest rooms, we have; two on each floor 

A nursery for the tots to the last, next door. 

"Moderators we welcome, both present and past. 
From Edwards to Clayton, the first and the last. 
For you — a receiving line — greetings we think 
Along with cookies, peanuts, 'and punch by the drink.' 

**To each messenger and officer, welcome and a loving handclasp 
From the church you engendered, and organized last. 
A good example we expect, and harmony we crave 
So smile, be patient, believe and behave." 

J. B. B. 

PROGRAM 
MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 29, 1973 
PARKWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 

(John Clayton, Moderator, presiding) 
THEME: YESTERDAY 

7:00 Registration and Fellowship 

7:25 Organ Prelude Miss Mary Ruth Laverty 

7:30 Call to Worship Grace Youth Choir 

Scripture Rev. Stancil Bauconi 

Invocation Dr. Richard Henderson 

Anthem Grace Youth Choir 

7:45 Call to Order John Clayton 

Report of Annual Meeting Committee Dr. B. E. White, Jr. 

Welcome to Parkwood Rev. J. B. Baucom 

7:50 "Remembering Our Beginning" , . . Rev. Plenry Anderson 

Hymn 41 ''To God Be the Glory" 

8:05 Presentation: "What We Have Done" John Clayton 

Association Board report and others 
8:20 Hymn 379 **OThou Whose Hand" 

Introduction of Former Moderators Dr. R. M. Winecoff 

8:30 Solo Mrs, Betty Eagle 

Scripture Rev. Gattis Perry 

Sermon Dr. Henry Turlington 

9:30 Benediction Rev. Tobie Stone 

Reception for Former Moderators 

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1973 
ROSE OF SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH 

(Dr. Robert Winecoff, Vice-Moderator, presiding) ^ 
THEME: TODAY 

9:00 Registration and Fellowship 

9:25 Organ Prelude Kenneth Harrell 

9:30 Call to Worship Association Choir 

Scripture Rev. James West 

Invocation Rev. Winburn Davis 

Anthem . . Association Choir 

9:45 Welcome to Rose of Sharon Rev. Nelson Chambers 

Introduction of New Staff Members Rev. Ernest Ferrell 

9:55 Presentation: "What We Are Doing" 



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Sunday School Rev. W. T. Brogden 

Church Training Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 

Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. W. T. Dorrity 

Music Rev. John Laverty 

Library Mrs. A. D. Frazier 

10:20 Hymn 463 "Forward Through The Ages*' 

Report of Evangelism Rev. Charles Gardner 

Denominational Presentation Rev. Jimmy Hinson 

10:50 Hymn 417 "Lead On, O King Eternal" 

Miscellaneous Business 
Committee Reports 

Constitution Rev. Crate Jones 

Finance Billy Garrett 

Foundation Gary C. Cole 

11:30 Hymn 465 "God of Grace" 

Presentation: "From the Present to the Future" 

Report of Future Development Committee Rev. Gerald Goodwin 

Report of Superintendent of Missions Rev. Hubert S. Mumford 

12:00 Benediction Rev. Clell Gibson 

Lunch TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 30, 1973 

ROSE OF SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH 
(John Clayton, Moderator, presiding) 
THEME: TOMORROW 
7:00 Registration and Fellowship 

7:25 Organ Prelude Mrs. George Browning 

7:30 Call to Worship Holloway Street Youth Choir 

Scripture Rev. Andrew King 

Invocation Rev. Clarence Randolph 

Anthem Holloway Street Youth Choir 

7:45 Committee Reports 

Calendar Milton Roberson 

Nominations Jethro Broadwell 

Place and Preacher Rev. Herman Goodin 

Resolutions James Holland 

Youth Advisory Miss Gloria Kimball 

8:00 Hymn 500 "Anniversary Hymn" 

Presentation: "What We Are Going To Do" 

Report of Christian Social Ministries Committee .... Rev. Robert Bailey 

Report of Camp Committee Rev. Pat Collins 

Report of Missions Committee Rev. Jerreal Buchanan 

8:20 Hymn 286 "O, God, Our Help" 

Lay Leader Award Presentation Rev. H. S. Mumford 

8:30 Solo Mrs. R. C. Henderson 

Address Dr. Perry Crouch 

9:00 Benediction Rev. Fred Senter 

5. Dr. White introduced the Rev. H. B. Anderson who reminisced about the early 
days of the Association, "Remembering Our Beginning." 

6. "To God Be The Glory" was sung by the messengers with the Rev. John T. 
Laverty leading and Miss Mary Ruty Laverty at the organ. 

7. Mr. W. J. Broadwell, chairman of the Nominations Committee, briught the 
nominations for officers, committees and organizations. Motion made by Robert D. 
Holleman, seconded and approved. 

8. Mr. John Clayton, Moderator^ brought the report of the Association Board. It 
included one recommendation, which referred to board meetings on May 8, and 
October 9, 1973: 

In the Board meeting on May 8, 1973, it was agreed to accept as compli- 
ance with the Constitution, an additional figure on the Annual Letter form 
showing "total immersed members": 
On October 9, 1973, the Board voted: 

(1) that we return Annual Letters to the churches when they do not comply 
with the prescribed procedures; and 



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(2) that the Association in its first session at Parkwood on Monday night, 
October 29, officially vote on withdrawing fellowship and excusing voting 
messengers from churches not complying. 

The Rev. Andrew King moved that it be adopted; it was seconded. 
Mr. Harrell Perry, the Association Clerk, reported that all annual asso- 
ciation letters had been received, but the letter from Watts Street Baptist 
Church had been returned to the church because it did not give its "total 
immersed members" in accordance with the Board's recommendation. 

Mr. Floyd Fletcher of Watts Street Church asked for clarification of the 
conditions under which the letter was declared unacceptable and was re- 
turned. The Moderator, in answer, read the account of the action taken on 
November 21, 1972, at Mt. Carmel Church as follows: 

"On November 21, 1972, at Mt. Carmel Church, the Board voted to re- 
quest *that all member churches respect the Constitution of the Associa- 
tion, and to refrain from any practice which denies the Association the 
right to abide by its own Constitution, determine the membership of the 
Association and who shall be reported through it, and that any church or 
churches imposing such practices be respectfully requested to comply 
with these requests by the time of the next Associational meeting,---" 
The Rev. Robert McClernon, pastor of Watts Street Church, asked that their 
cover letter accompanying the Annual Lettef report to the Association be 
read to the body. The Moderator asked Mr. McClernon to read it. It follows: 
Dear Mr. Perry: 

In reference to the space added to our Annual Letter form asking for 
**total immersed members" , I have been instructed by our congregation to 
inform you that we have as many as 800 immersed members, and aie there- 
by qualified under the Constitution of the Yates Baptist Association to 
have present ten voting messengers at the 1973 Annual Meeting." 

There was a call for '*the previous question" by the Rev. Winburn Davis; 
it was seconded. Dr. Henry Turlington asked for additional information 
pertaining to the proposed exclusion of Watts Street Church. The Rev. 
Robert McClernon asked the Moderator for the place in the Constitution 
which gives authority for this action. 

The Moderator ruled that we should proceed to a vote on the "previous 
question," Dr. B. E. White asked for a re-statement of the "previous 
question." The Clerk stated "that the Association Board report be adop- 
ted." A vote on the "previous question" (to close debate) was passed. 

Dr. Henry Turlington asked "If the Association should vote for this re- 
port, would this exclude the messengers from a given church?" The Mr. 
Davis stated that in his opinion the report should be adopted and then any 
recommendations in it would be acted upon separately. After some dis- 
cussion, the Parliamentarian agreed with the interpretation of Mr. Davis. 

Dr. Robert Bailey then asked when the time would be allowed to vote on 
the recommendations saying that only the report was listed in the printed 
program. He also stated that in his opinion the Board had exceeded its 
authority, that churches not contributing to the Association should also 
be subject to exclusion, and that Watts Street had actually complied with 
the Association Board's request. 

The Moderator reminded the body that the "question" had been called 
for on the Board report and approved. The Board report was adopted over= 
whelmingly. 

9. The Rev. Howard Corley was recognized, who asked for the record, if there 
was a church in the Association that did not give its "total immersed members" on 
the Annual Letter to the Association. Mr. Harrell Perry, Clerk, stated that the 
first page of the Watts Street letter for "total immersed members" was blank, and 
according to the instructions given him by the Association Board in the October 5 
meeting, and by the Executive Committee, he returned the letter to the church. 
Mr. Perry also said that an accompanying note from the church stated that they had 
"as many as 800 immersed members, and are thereby qualified ... to have pres- 
ent ten voting messengers at the 1973 Annual Meeting but, the Clerk continued, 
"no specific number was given." 

Mr. Corley then moved that the Association "withdraw . . fellowship from this 
church (Watts Street) that has deliberately refused to adhere to its (Association's) 
requirements." A second was made. The Moderator stated it required a two-thirds 
vote. 



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The Rev. J. A. Fogleman asked that the motion passed at the Lakewood Board 
meeting be read, stating that the wording in the Board report was not exact. The 
Moderator stated that he had already read from the exact report. Mr. Corley ob- 
jected, stating that this was irrelevant tothe motion on the floor. The Moderator 
agreed with Mr. Corley's interpretation but consented to read it as information. 
The introductory statement, as well as the recommendations, are as follows: 

The Executive Committee makes the following observations: 

(1) that during the Annual Meeting of 1971, we voted to'accept only im- 
mersed persons as Association leaders, as messengers to the Association 
meetings, and as members reported on the annual Association Church 
Letter forms: 

(2) that, in a well^attended meeting on November 21, 1972, at Mt. Carmel 
Church, the Board voted to request *'that all member churches respect the 
Constitution of the Association, and to refrain from any practice which 
denies the Association the right to abide by its own Constitution, determ- 
ine the membership of the Association, and who shall be reported through 
it, and that any church or churches imposing such practices be respect- 
fully requested to comply with these requests by the time of the next 
Associational Meeting, or to consider themselves to have withdrawn, 
using Section 6 of Article IV of the Constitution, or face possible action 
by the Association, using Section 5 of Article IV of the Constitution." 

(3) that, in the Board Meeting on May 8, 1973, it was aj^reed to accept as 
compliance with the Constitution, an additional figure on the Annual 
Letter form showing ''total immersed members"; 

The Executive Committee therefore recommends: 

(1) that we return Annual Letters tothe churches when they do not comply 
with the prescribed procedures; and 

(2) that the Association in its first seesion at Parkwood on Monday night, 
October 29, officially vote on withdrawing fellowship and excusing voting 
messengers from churches not complying. 

Mr. McClernon asked "that the Moderator declare this motion out of order on the 
grounds that it is in violation with Section 5 of Article 4 ofHhe Constitution 
covering the areas under which a church may be excluded (from the fellowship of 
the Yates Baptist Association." 

Mr. Holleman, Parliamentarian, advised the Moderator that no motion hadbeen 
made. The Moderator asked for a motion; it was made and seconded. The Rev. 

Everette Smith was recognized, and called attention to the time schedule for the 
program. Dr. B. E. White, Chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, m.oved that 
the discussion be extended five more minutes, and if we were not finished, that 
the matter be set for a specific time "tomorrow". 

Before a vote was taken, Mr. Roy Watson called for the "question" on the 
main motion. Mr. McClernon then reminded the Parliamentarian that the Moderator 
had to make a ruling as to whether or not the original motion was in order (rather 
than have a vote on the m atter). Before the Moderator made a ruling, the Parlia» 
mentarian suggested that the time be extended another five minutes by common 
consent. The Moderator then ruled that the original motion was in order. Mr. Roy 
Watson called for the question again. 

The Moderator then asked the Clerk to read the motion as originally given by 
the Rev. Howard Corley. It was stated: "that we withdraw fellowship from the 
Watts Street Baptist Church." 

Dr. Henry Turlington reminded the Moderator that the call for the question (to 
close debate) had not been voted on, and then added that he thought we ought to 
discuss whether or not Watts Street Church had attempted to comply with the re- 
quest of the Association. Dr. B. E. White suggested that we vote on the "call for 
the previous question." This was passed overwhelmingly. 

The Moderator then asked for a voice vote on withdrawing fellowship from 
Watts Street Church; it was inconclusive. The Moderator said he would entertain 
a motion for a "division of the house" by standing vote. Dr. B. E. White so 
moved, seconded. At this moment the Rev. Crate Jones asked, "May I rise at the 
point of personal privilege?" He emphasized the confusion of the occasion, our 
common desire to do the right thing, our contrary spirits in trying to take such 
right action, and t hen asked for someone to offer prayer. The Parliamentarian 
called on the Rev. Henry B. Anderson, one of our senior ministers, to pray. Mr. 
Anderson prayed for God's help for those about to vote. A standing vote was taken: 



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132 for and 126 against. Two- thirds vote was lost. 

10. The hymn, "0 Thou Whose Hand" was sung, led by the Rev. John Laverty 
with Miss Laverty at the organ. 

11. Dr. R. M. Winecoff, Vice-Moderator, recognized the former Moderators who 
were in attendance on this 25 Anniversary. They were: Mr. W. J. Broadwell, Rev. 
W. B. Carr, Rev. Victor S. Dowd, Rev. John Edwards, Mr. R. D. Holleman, Rev. 
Ray K. Hodge. The Rev. H. S. Mumford, Superintendent of Missions, presented 
each of them ''Certificates of Recognition". 

Other former Moderators not present: Rev. J. Russell Barbee, Mr. H. C. Brad- 
shaw, Rev. John Knight, Mr. Bruce C. Little, Rev. Charles Maddry (deceased). 
Rev. Ned Matthews, and Rev. C. N. Royal (deceased). 

12. **God Make Me an Instrument" was sung by blind soloist, Mrs. Betty Eagle, 
of Holloway Street Church. The Rev. W. Gattis Perry read a scripture passage 
from Hebrews II, and Dr. Henry Turlington preached the Annual Sermon on the 
subject, "Faith, Love, and Freedom." 

13. After the message the Rev. W. Gattis Perry was recognized to present a 
new 1974 Mercury Montego and over $100 "for gas" to the Superintendent of 
Missions for nearly 20 years of service to the Association. Mr. Mumford responded 
with words of profound thanks, and admitted, "it was a complete surprise." 

14. The Rev. Tobie Stone dismissed with prayer. 

A reception for all the former Moderators was held immediately in the lower 
auditorium. 

Second Session With The 
Rose of Sharon Church 

Tuesday Morning, October 30, 1973 
Dr. Robert Winecoff, Vice-Moderator, presiding 

THEME: TODAY 

9:00 A. M. Registration and Fellowship 
9:25 A.M. 

15. The organ prelude was played by Mr. Kenneth Harrell. The call to worship 
was sung by the Association Choir with Mr. David Pierceall leading, Mrs. Peggy 
Hartung at the piano, and the Rev. John Laverty with the violin. 

16. A scripture passage was read by the Rev. James West; the invocation was 
given by the Rev. Winburn Davis, and the Association Choir sang an anthem. 

17. The second session was called to order and the Rev. Nelson Chambers, 
host pastor, was recognized for the welcome. The Rev. Ernest Ferrell officially 
welcomed all new church staff members. 

18. Under the heading of "What We Are Doing", reports were given on Sunday 
School by the Rev. William T. Brogden, Church Training by Miss Nannie Mae 
Herndon, W. M. U. by Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, and Music by the Rev. John Laverty. 
Mrs. A. D. Frazier was unable to be present to give the Library Report. The 
reports were all adopted. 

19. "Forward Through the Ages" was sung by the congregp,tion. 

20. The Rev. Charles Gardner gave the report from the Evangelism Committee 
which was adopted, and introduced as guest speaker the Rev. Jimmy Hinson of 
the Division of Evangelism of the State Convention. 

21. After the singing of "Lead on, King Eternal", the floor was opened for 
miscellaneous business. The Moderator moved that all reports in the Book of 
Reports not listed in the printed program be adopted. The Rev. Andrew King was 
recognized who emphasized the increasing importance of Radio and T. V. and 
presented a "Certificate of Appreciation" to Mr. Ed Higgins of WDNC. 

The Rev. Lawrence Knott re-presented the motion on the campaign against 
liquor-by-the-drink. Approved. The Rev. Fred King was asked to offer a prayer of 
dedication. An offering was taken immediately which totaled S2 12.00. It will be 
divided between the county and the state in defraying advertising costs. 

The Rev. Everette Smith moved that the name of Leland Kerr be inserted into 
the Ordination Committee report as having been examined. Seconded and approved. 

22. The Constitution Committee report was given by the Rev. Crate Jones; 
seconded and approved. 

23. The Rev. Lawrence Knott, Vice-Chairman of the Finance Committee pre- 
sented both the financial statement for 1972-1973, and the Financial Goals for 
1974; seconded and approved. 



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24. Mr. Gary Cole presented the Foundation Committee report; seconded and 
approved. 

25. The Rev. Warren Kerr moved that the welcome given by the pastor of Park- 
wood be incorporated in the Annual Minutes; seconded and approved. Dr. Robert 
Bailey moved that the Annual Sermon by Dr. Henry Turlington be included in the 
printed Minutes; seconded, but defeated. 

26. The congregation sang "God of Grace and Glory". 

27. The report of the Future Development Committee was presented by the Rev. 
Gerald Goodin; seconded and approved. 

28. During his introductory remarks, the Superintendent of Missions suggested 
to Dr. Bailey that he make a motion that night that the Annual Sermon be mimeo- 
graphed and circulated to the churches in lieu of putting it in the printed Minutes. 
He also offered profound thanks again for the new car and expressed sincere 
appreciation for the wonderful work of the Rev. Boyce G. Kimball during the past 
few years. He announced that Mr. Kimball was going to Charlotte the next day to 
assume the position of alcoholism counselor with the N. C. State Probation De- 
parmtne on November 1. 

29. The Rev. Clell Gibson pronounced the benediction closing the morning 
session, and offered the blessing for the noon meal, supplied by Group Two of our 
churches. 

Second Night Session With The 
Rose of Sharon Baptist Church 

Tuesday Evening, October 30, 1973 
Mr. John Clayton, Moderator, presiding 

THEME: TOMORROW 

7:00 P. M. Registration and Fellowship 
7:25 P. M. 

30. The organ prelude was played by Mrs. George Browning. The call to worship 
was sung by the Holloway Street Youth Choir, led by Mr. Dudley Penton. 

31. John 4:7f was read by the Rev. Andrew King and the invocation was offered 
by the Rev. Clarence Randolph. An anthem, **Ye Shall Receive Power**, was also 
sung by the Holloway Street Youth Choir. 

32. Committee reports were presented as follows: Calendar, by Mr. Milton Rob- 
erson; Place and Preacher, by the^ Rev. Herman Goodin; Resolutions, by Mrs. W. 
J. Broadwell in place of Dr. James Holland; Youth Advisory, by Miss Nancy Hilde- 
bran in place of Miss Gloria Kimball. All were approved. 

33. Dr. Robert Bailey moved that the Annual Sermon be mimeographed and made 
available to all of the churches; seconded and approved. The Rev. W. Gattis Perry 
moved that the message by the Superintendent of Missions also be mimeographed 
and made available to all of the churches; seconded and apj)roved. 

34. ''Anniversary Hymn** was sung by the congregation as led by the Rev. John 
Laverty. 

35. Under the topic, "What We Are Going To Do**, reports were given as fol- 
lows: 

Christian Social Ministries, by Dr. Robert Bailey; Yates Camp, by the Rev. Pat 
Collins; and Missions, by the Rev. Jerreal B. Buchanan. All were approved. 

36. After the singing of •♦O, God Our Help'*, by the congregation, the Lay 
Leader Award was presented by the Superintendent of Missions to Mr. Downey 
J. Booth of the Bethesda church. Mr. Mumford then presented a" Certificate of 
Recognition** to Mrs. C. N. Royal in memory of her late husband who presided 
over the organization meeting of Yates Baptist Association in 1948. A certificate 
was also presented to the outgoing Moderator, Mr. John Clayton. 

37. Dr. B. E. White introduced by Mrs. R. C. Henderson, soloist, accompanied 
by her husband. Dr. Henderson, pastor of First Church, Durham. "He also presented 
Dr. Perry Crouch, General Secretary-Treasurer of our Baptist State Convention of 
N. C. for the final message. Mrs. Crouch, formerly of our Association, wasialso 
introduced. 

After the solo and message. Dr. Robert Winecoff was presented the gavel as the 
incoming Moderator, by Mr. John Clayton, outgoint Moderator. 

38. The Rev. Fred Senter pronounced the benediction, bringing to a close the 
25th Annual Session. 



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REPORT SECTION 



HISTORY OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

On Sunday, August 12, 1845, what is now the First Baptist Church of Durham, 
was or^nized. Three months after the Southern Baptist Convention was begun, a 
small group of Baptists met in Piney Grove School House, one mile south of what 
is now West Durham, and the Reverend Jesse Howell led in constituting the Rose 
of Sharon Baptist Church. 

In 1850 the congregation decided to move to Prattsburg, a section of what is 
now the city of Durham, because the young congregation began to demand a cen- 
tral location. However, the close proximity of the railroad station to their position 
at 112 Pettigrew Street was detrimental to the orderly conduct of religious ser- 
vices, as well as frightening to the horses, and a new location was necessary. 

In 1854 the church was given four acres of land at what is now 506 Cleveland 
Street in exchange for its property near the railroad, and a second house of wor- 
ship was built. In succession two houses of worship were erected on Mangum 
Street before the congregation settled in their present position on the unsold por- 
tion of the Cleveland Street property when the building was completed in Septem- 
ber, 1927. 

The church in its early life was a typical country church of its time. There was 
preaching once a month and communion every quarter. In 1873, preaching was be- 
gun twice a month, and three years later they began two services each Sunday 
with communion every month. Pastors of these days were required to submit their 
resignation each year. 

During those early years the congregation had certain notable traits. One was 
strict discipline. Dancing, card playing, and alcoholic beverages 'were prohibited. 
All mal B members were required to attend church meetings or give satisfactory 
excuse. Men and women sat on different sides of the church with the men on the 
**Amen** or right side of the pulpit. When, on a Sunday in 1876, the (custom was 
was finally abandoned, the minister spoke on, **We have seen great things today.'* 

A portion of the church was set apart for the Negroes who were allowed to be 
members of the church both before and after the war. There is no record of any 
Negroes taking letters of dismission after the war, but the revised roll of 1880 
appeared without any colored names. It is uncertain whether they were all dis- 
missed or whether they joined separate churches for Negroes. 

After 32 years as ''Rose of Sharon*' the church became "Durham Baptist" in 
1877. In 1888 the name was again changed, this time to '*First Baptist". The 
church was a member of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association from 1870 until 1948 
when First Church, along with 33 other churches, left that Association to form the 
Yates Baptist Association. 

The Durham First Church has long been known as "the Mother of Churches" 
and properly so, for the spirit of ''spreading out" has characterized its member- 
ship from its earliest years. The list of churches in Durham and vicinity which it 
organized alone or in cooperation with other Baptist churches is an impressive 
one. 

Rev. Jesse Howell, the first pastor, resigned in 1859, and was succeeded by 
Rev. J. C. Marcom, who served until 1861, when Mr. Howell was recalled for two 
years. Again, he was recalled in 1867, following the resignation of Rev. A. D. 
Blackwell, and served four more years. Under his leadership the congregation 
organized Mt. Hermon and Berea churches and Sunday School work was begun at 
First Baptist. 

Politics sometimes entered into church affairs, and a new pastor, O. Churchill, 
elected in 1864, was dismissed because he was a member of the Red Strings, a 
notorious peace society, during the War Between the States. 

Rev. F. M. Jordan, who followed Mr. Howell, initiated the plan of extending 
help to ministerial students at Wake Forest. Succeeding Mr. Jordan was Rev. A. 
F. Redd, who served only one year, and with the coming of Rev. Columbus Durham 
a new era began for this church. For the first time the pastorate became a fulltime 
one and the congregation provided the first parsonage in 1879. 

Dr. Durham instituted a systematic plan for givingto state and foreign missions, 
education, the poor, and the Oxford Orphanage. He had a firm belief in organiza- 
tion; however, he seemed to have had some doubt about women's ability to function 
in an organized capacity. But in March, 1887, during his pastorate, the women of 
the church were organized into two societies, the Ladies' Missionary Society and 



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the Ladies' Aid Society. These later merged into the Woman's Missionary Society 
(Union). After 12 years he resigned to become the first State Secretary of Missions. 

The next pastor. Rev. G. P. Bostic.gave up his charge after only one year to 
become a missionary to China in 1889. One of the South's strong men in preaching 
power and evangelistic fervor, Dr. J. L. White, was the next pastor and following 
him in 1893 was the beloved Dr. W. C. Tyree, who served the second longest 
pastorate in the history of the church. 

Briefly recalling events of the ensuing years we find that during the pastorate 
of Dr. White the city of Durham made a strong effort to secure the proposed Bag^tist 
university for women, but failed and Meredith College was established in Raleigh. 
The first church missionary was employed during the pastorate of Rev. C. J. 
Thompson and BYPU (Baptist Young People's Union, now Church Training), was 
organized in 1906. The first pipe organ was installed while Dr. J. W. Lynch was 
pastor, and Dr. J. J. Hurt's term of service was notable for a marked increase in 
church membership. Following him. Rev. B. D. Gaw served only one year before 
his death in 1918. 

Under the leadership of Rev. J. E. Welch plans were begun for a new church 
building, and a fulltime financial secretary was employed. During the one year 
that Rev. S. J. Porter served the prayer meeting, attendance reached 350 and 1,000 
were attending Sunday School. The budget was increased to include amounts for 
an educational worker and a church secretary. 

Dr. C. C. Coleman came after the church had voted to move and his ministry is 
noted for the building of the handsome new house of worship on Cleveland Street. 
Also, the records show 246 additions by four revivals and a net gain in member- 
ship of 271. Dr. Ira D. S. Knight became minister of the congregation in 1929 and 
for 10 years led the church through the crisis of the national depression. Despite 
the crisis the church gained 25% in membership, and during the depression decade 
the congregation contributed more than S525,000 through its various treasuries. 

Rev. J. Winston Pearce's pastorate from 1940—54 saw the church pay off com- 
pletely all outstanding indebtedness in a drive headed by Mr. John Buchanan and 
the building and endowment of the Betsy Cheek Memorial Chapel. Rev. Dennis 
Hockaday, who had served as associate pastor with Pearce, was called as pastor 
in September, 1954. Some of the major achievements during his pastorate include 
the purchase of property adjoining the church upon which the new education build- 
ing now stands, air conditioning the sanctuary and lower auditorium, assisting in 
the building of a Baptist church in Jamaica, establishment of two mission chapels 
in Durham, organization of a Boy Scout troup, beginning of the church kinder- 
garten, and dedication of the new educational building and the Norton Memorial 
rose garden. 

During the pastorate of Rev. R. F. Smith special „tention was focused on the 
youth of the church and in late summer, 1969, a c ^ee house was opened for them 
at the church. Duringthis time the senior cit' ^ns of the church were organized 
as the ''Dynamic Adults". 

In November, 1967, the fellowship hail, to be known as ''Morgan Hall", was 
dedicated to the memory of the beloved James P. Morgan who had served the 
church as educational director for 18 years during the pastorate of Dr.- Pearce. 

The present pastor. Dr. R. C. Henderson, started his work in June of 1973, 
coming at a time when the sanctuary is undergoing extensive remodeling. 

Ministers and their terms of service have been: 1845—1859, Rev. Jesse Howell; 
1859-1861, Rev. J. C. Marcom; 1861-1863, Rev. Jesse Howell; 1864, Rev. O. 
Churchill; 1864-1867, Rev. A. D. Blackwood; 1867-1871, Rev. Jesse Howell; 
1871-1875, Rev. F. M. Jordan; 1875, Rev. A. F. Redd; 1876-1888, Rev. Colum- 
bus Durham, 1888-1889, Rev. G. P. Bostic; 1889-1892, Rev. J. L. White; 1893- 
1902, Rev. W. C. Tyree; 1902-1907, Rev. C. J. Thompson; 1909-1911, Rev. J. 
W. Lynch; 1912-1916, Dr. John Jeter Hurt; 1917-1918. Dr. B. D. Gaw; 1919- 
1923, Dr. J. Elwood Welsh; 1923-1924, Dr. Samuel J. Porter; 1925-1929, Dr. C. 
C. Coleman; 1929-1939. Dr. Ira D. S. Knight; 1940-1954, Dr. J. Winston Pearce; 
1954-1966, Rev. Dennis W. Hockaday; 1967-1972, Rev. R. F. Smith, Jr.; 1973- 
Dr. Richard C. Henderson. 

HISTORY OF MOUNT HERMON BAPTIST CHURCH 

The recorded history of Mount Hermon began one hundred and twenty-five years 
ago -- April 1. 1848. On that date three trustees "^or the Society of Missionary 
Baptist of Mount Hermon Meeting House" paid the sum of five dollars for a tract 



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of 3.9 acres of land located approximately 8 miles west of Durnam and 1 mile east 
of Highway 70. 

On June 24, 1848, Mount Hermon was organized as a church, the first of several 
sponsored by the Rose of Sharon Church of Wake County now the First Baptist 
Church of Durham. The or^nization of the church was affected by the Rev. Jesse 
Howell, assisted by Elder George W. Purefoy. At the first business conference 19 
members were received by letter and 8 by baptism. The Rev. Mr. Howell served 
as first minister of the church. 

From the beginning, in every conference meeting, original rules of membership 
and decailm were read and stressed, and the peace and fellowship of the church 
was inquired into. 

Mount Hermon has been affiliated with three different associations of churches. 
One year after its organization, June, 1849, the church voted to attach herself to 
the Beulah Association and messengers were appointed to attend the annual meet- 
ing. The relationship with the Beulah Association continued until 1870 when 
Mount Hermon became one of the 13 original churches to organize the Mount Zion 
Association. The first messengers to the association to be enrolled from the 
church where Mr. David Strayhorn, Mr. Hey Copley, and Mr. Henry Pickett. The 
relationship with the Mount Zion Association continued until 1948, when thirty- 
four churches organized the Yates Baptist Association. Mount Hermon becane a 
member of the new association. It was the same year that Mount Hermon observed 
its Centennial Anniversary with a Homecoming Service on June 6. It was also the 
same year that the church entertained the seventy-ninth annual session of the 
Mount Zion Association in October. 

The original structure housing the Mount Hermon Baptist Church served the 
congregation until 1911 when a second structure was built on a new site across 
the road from the original one. In 1929 a third structure located on the original 
site -- was begun. The foundation and sub-floor for a brick-vane er building was 
laid out, but because of the unexpected economic conditions of that era, work was 
discontinued. When fire destroyed the second building in the 1930' s a fourth 
building attempt culminated in a third building of brick-vaneer construction. The 
third building was dedicated August 31, 1941. It stood on the original building 
site until it was destroyed in 1968 to make possible the relocation of a highway. 

The present building is the first of a proposed five-unit plant. It is the fourth 
building and the third location for Mount Hermon. It stands approximately one-half 
mile from the site of the first church structure. Ground was broken for the present 
building in June, 1960, under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Hayne Rivers. 
The new building was located on a five-acre plot adjacent to the pastor's home 
and the church fellowship building. The present building, facing the Old Hills- 
borough Road, and removed from the railroad that ran alongside previous build- 
ings, was gladly occupied November 26, 1961. The mortgage for the new building 
was paid off in 1967. Immediately another building fund was begun in preparation 
for the erection of a second unit of the long-range building plan. 

Several events important to the church have marked her move into the twentieth 
century. 

In 1931 the first B. Y. P. U. was orga,nized, the first Vacation Bible School was 
held, and the first Woman's Missionary Society was organized. Brotherhood and 
R. A. work did not begin until 1958. 

In 1934 her first and only member to be ordained into the gospel ministry, Paul 
G. Hester, was ordained at the request of a neighbor church. 

The benefits of electric lights and a central heating plant were first experi- 
enced by the congregation in 1950. 

The Sunday School was departmentalized in 1955 -- the result of the influence 
of a week spent at Ridgecrest by some of the church leadership. 

In March of 1956 the entire group of deacons resigned in order to begin a system 
of rotation which has continued until the present. 

A new Wurlitzer Organ was presented to the church on Mother's Day, 1957, by 
the Young Adult Sunday School Class taught at the time by Mrs. Clyde Webb.This 
organ served the congregation until September of 1972, when a new Rodgers organ 
was purchased and installed. 

Senior adult involvement has been very evident in the life and ministry of Mount 
Hermon. In 1963, the Woman's Missionary Union sponsored a Senior Citizens' 
Christmas Party. It has become an annual affair of beauty and joy to which are 
invited all retired and confined members of the church and community, and all 



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former church and community members who now live elsewhere. 

Youth, too, havebeen important in the life of the church. In 1969, the first sum» 
mer Youth Director was employed. He was Bill Harrill, a student from Durham at 
Gardner-Webb College- Since that time a Youth Council has been formed. The 
Chairman of the Youth Council represents youth of the church on the Church 
Council. One direct and continuing influence of youth emphasis has been the 
enrichment of the Christmas season by the observance of Advent. 

Music, too, has always been important at Mount Hermon. In 1971, Mr. Oscar 
Couch was honored for three decades of service in music by being presented a 
plaque and being named Music Director Emeritus. Two choirs for children and one 
for youthlhave been organized and functioning since 1970. The Children's Choirs 
and the Youth Choir regularly participate in worship services. 

Mount Hermon, from its beginning, has maintained its own cemetery. In the late 
1960's the church landscaped i ts cemetery to make it a beautiful, serene, and rest- 
ful ground. 

Missions interest and missions giving have characterized Mount Hermon. Ap- 
proximately one-third of total gifts goes to associational, state, and world-wide 
causes. 

The present staff paid by the church includes the pastor, a part-time secretary, 
and janitor. 

During the one hundred and twenty-five year history of the church, Mount Her- 
mon has had 35 pastors and interim pastors. Three men have served the church as 
pastor two or more times. The average length of pastorates has been 5 years. The 
longest ministry was that of the first pastor, the Rev. Jesse Howell, who served 
a total of 30 years. 



Pastors and interim pastors have been as follows: 



Rev. Jesse Howell 


1848- 


-1874 


Rev. Charles Norville 


1923- 


-1928 


Rev. A. D. Blackwood 


1875- 


-1876 


Rev. A. C. Hamby 


1929- 


-1934 


Rev. J. H. Freeman 


1876- 


-1879 


Rev. Charles Norville 


1934- 


-1941 


Rev. Jesse Howell 


1879- 


-1883 


Rev. Charles Hudson 


1941- 


-1946 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


1883- 


-1889 


Rev. W. G. Hall 




1946 


Rev. J. F. McDuffie 


1889- 


-1902 


Rev. W. H. Rittenhouse 


1946- 


-1948 


Rev. C. A. Upchurch 


1902- 


-1903 


Rev. Elbert Wethington 




1948 


Rev. A. C. Hamby 


1903- 


-1906 


Rev. W. G. Hall 


1948- 


-1949 


Rev. J. D. Brewer 




1906 


Rev. Charles Norville 


1949- 


-1951 


Rev. Duncan McLeod 




1906 


Rev. Trela Collins 


1951- 


-1952 


Rev. J. S. Thomas 




1906 


Rev. M. W. Stallings 


1951- 


-1952 


Rev. R. P. Ellington 


1906- 


-1913 


Rev. C. C. Edinger 


1952- 


-1957 


Rev. J. F. McDuffie 


19 13- 


-1919 


Rev. R. C. Briggs 




1957 


Rev. W. G. Dorsett 




1920 


Rev. R. Hayne Rivers, Sr. 


1958- 


-1963 


Rev. Wallace Hartsell 


1920- 


-1922 


Rev. W. D. White 




1963 


Rev. W. R. Beach 


1922- 


-1923 


Rev. Clell Gibson 


1963- 


-1966 


Rev. C. T. Plybon 




1923 


Rev. H. B. Anderson 




1966 






Rev. Robert M. Winecoff 


1966- 





The Mount Hermon church building stands on ihe crest of a hill. Hopefully, its 
location symbolizes its desire to be a beacon to all who are lost, a reminder to 
all who are indifferent, and an encouargement to all the faithful who believe in 
God*s saving grace through Jesus Christ. 



HISTORY OF THE YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

The Mt. Zion Association, out of which the Yates Association was formed, was 
organized in 1769. Seventy-nine years later, on October 12, 1948, 34 churches 
applied for and were granted letters of dismission to form a new association. This 
official action was signed by the Rev. C. N. Royal, Moderator, and the Rev. 
Charles C. Smith, Clerk. 

Three weeks later, on Sunday afternoon, November 7, a Called Meeting was 
held at First Church, Durham. 

In deciding upon a name for the new association, the "Rev. C. E. Byrd, pastor 
of the Mt. Pisgah Church, moved that the name be, 'The Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion*. Inasmuch as the great missionary Matthews T. Yates, was born and reared 
within the bounds of this Association, and his membership was with Mt. Pisgah 
Church. On being seconded the motion was enthusiastically carried by a rising 
vote." (1949 Minutes, p. 16). 

The following officers were elected: Moderator, Rev. John T. Edwards; Vice- 



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Moderator, D. J. Booth; Clerk, Rev. Charles C. Smith; Treasurer, O. A. Johnson; 
Historian, Rev. Charles C. Smith; S. S. Superintendent, Claude W. White; T. U. 
Director, Floyd Rhodes; Evangelism Committee Chairman, H. B.Anderson; Exec- 
utive Committee: M. G. Hall, J. H. Anderson, J. J. Thornton, G. F. Lipe, W. W. 
Scott. Stewart Green, T. O. Sorrell, Gary Cole, W. E. Stanley, W. B. Carr, C. H. 
Shelton, and O. H. Burnett. 

The Rev. Oren Bradley was the first missionary ofthe association. 

The first sessions ofthe Yates Association were held on October 25, 26, 1949, 
at the Ephesus and Grey Stone (then West Durham) Churches. At that annual meet- 
ing the Rev. Horace G. Hammett was elected Moderator, and Rev. John H. Knight, 
Vice-Moderator, with the Clerk, Treasurer, and Historian being re-elected. 

It was learned that, during that first year, the churcheshad contributed $1,044.- 
77 toward the support of the associational program. Total gifts from the churches 
amounted to $784,226.62, including $66,098.35 through the Cooperative Program. 
There were 17,697 church members. 

The budget for the 1949-50 year was $8,519.00, including $400.00 for "Negro 
work**. This was **a Cooperative Program with the Home Mission Board and the 
Negro Baptist of our associational area which will provide a Superintendent of 
Missions for the Negro churches.** (1949 Minutes, p. 29). 

It was in the 1950 annual meeting that the Baptist Council was officially re- 
quested **to turn over its work to the association with all of its privileges, re- 
sponsibilities and obligations'*. (1950 Minutes, pp. 20, 21, 26), 

1950-1952 

At the annual meeting in October of 1950, John H. Knight, Moderator, presented 
a paper on "Why the Baptist Council Should be Disbanded, with the Newly Organ- 
ized Yates Association Assuming Its Responsibilities and Obligations.*' Origin- 
ally, the Council had been organized, "because the Mt. Zion Association was too 
scattered and too loosely knit to do effective work, and because of the crying 
need in and around Durham for the expansion of Baptist work ... It is safe to 
conclude that, with the compact geographical area ofthe Yates Association, and 
with the majority of her member churches comprising the Baptist Council, the 
Council has; finished her work and that the Association can best carry on from 
here ... It is possible that the Baptist Council in continuing its own program of 
operation would ultimately render more harm to the Kingdom cause by weakening 
and dividing Yates Association. . . 

"Therefore, Mr. Chairman, I make the motion that the Associational Board 
rec ommend to the Yates Association that the Association request the Baptist 
Council of Durham and Vicinity, Inc., to turn over its work to the Association 
with all of its privileges, responsibilities and obligations. 

After considerable discussion, the whole matter was tabled, but the merger was 
finalized at Braggtown Church on Wednesday, October 29, 1952. 

Reverend Oren Bradley, Superintendent of Missions, when the Association was 
organized, continued until February 1, 1951. Reverend J. Walter Moose was "Act- 
ing Superintendent of Missions on a week-to-week basis" in 1952. 

Beginning with 1953, highlights of each year are listed as follows: 

1953 

School for Deacons., 

Reverend Julius H. Corpening, part-time Superintendent of Missions, January - 
September 

1954 

School of Missions, October 18-22 

"Million More in '54", Sunday School effort. Reverend H. S. Mumford began as 
Superintendent of Missions on February 4. 

1955 

Associational census, February 6-13, Clinics for Personal Soul-Winning, 1955 
Crusade of Evangelism. 

1956 

Certificates of Merit awarded for first time; Purchase of 55.6 acres for camp; O. 
B. Nichols builds road and dam; Durham Area Revivals; Schools of Missions; 
Statewide S. S. Leadership Week, First, Durham. 

1957 

Property purchased in Glen Lennox; Finished paying for initial camp property. 

1958 

Ferrell Road Mission started; Binkley Memorial Church organized; Baptist Build- 



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ers' Club organized; Christian Home Revival with Joe Burton; Central School. 

1959 

Long-range planning committee authorized. 

1960 

Caretaker's house erected and dedicated; Rev. Ray Hamilton employed as first 
caretaker; Voted to start new work north of Durham; Highly successful Central 
School. 

196 1 ^ 
Certificates of Merit discontinued; Music Committee organized; Hymn Sing and 
Music conference held; Charlie Stott, park planner, employed; 'Grace Mission 
started. 

1962 

Schools of Missions in March; Simultaneous Revivals in April; First State Week 
of Prayer for Associational Missions in April; Association Loyalty Dinner in May; 
Investigated property for church in Parkwood; Pageant on Life of M. T. Yates, 
written by Mrs. H. L.Page, and produced by Rev. W. L. Pearson into a filmstrip 
**God Needs Men*'. 

1963 

Initial School of Music held: ''Quarter per Quarter" program adopted; Rev. Craven 
Williams employed as camp caretaker; Nursery-kindergarten launched by Edge- 
mont Church in Few Gardens; Week of Prayer for Associational Missions changed 
to August. 

1964 

27.4 more acres added to camp, making total of 83; North of Chapel Hill Survey 
completed; Simultaneous Revivals held; Authorized special inner-city study com- 
mittee; Parkwood Mission launched. 

196B 

Earl Pittman first fulltime caretaker of camp; Nichols-Maddry Lodge dedicated; 
$55,000 bond issue floated; Property in Parkwood purchased; Fieldcrest Church 
organized; 35 people trained in Laubach Literacy Method; Voted to select"Lay- 
m.an of the Year". 

1966 

Association-wide religious census; Director Led Sunday School Enlargement; O. 
A. Johnson first "Lay Leader of the Year"; Office moved from Snow Building to 
old Yates Church parsonage. 

1967 

Another unsuccessful attempt to find water at camp; Purchase of church site on 
Cole Mill Road; Fellowship Committee's survey on "The Relationship between 
Pastors and Churches". 

1968 

Erection of outdoor chapel and bathhouse at camp; Grey Stone assumed responsi- 
bility for Cole Mill Road site; Rev. Boyce Kimball employed for exploratory pro- 
ject; Mr. Kimball called as "Minister in charge of Juvenile and Adult Rehabilita- 
tion"; Church site on Garrett Road purchased; "M" Night transferredlto Annual 
Meeting. 

1969 

Well at camp drilled 596 feet for over 7 gallons of water per minute; Named care- 
taker's house the Johnson-Taylor Building; Mr. Kimball called as "Minister of 
Youth and Family Services" in cooperation with Home Mission Board and State 
Convention; Consolidated regular budget, bond retirement funds., and WMU Budget; 
Fellowship Committee conducted studies on "Tlie Length of Pastorates'* and 
Procedures Used by Pulpit Committees"; Deacons' Committee sponsored panel, 
"Dos and Don'ts in Calling a Pastor". 

1970 

City and Metropolitan Study Committee becomes dormant; Youth Council Advisory 
Committee elected; Voted to have lay-speakers during Week of Prayer for Associ- 
ation Missions; Camp Study Committee reported; Membership Practices Study 
Committee reported findings and recommendations. 

1971 

Training Union became Church Training; Night of Encounter with Dr. Carl Bates 
(Brotherhood); Youth Missions Fair (WMU); 13 acres added to camp; Baptism con- 
troversy still unsettled; Special Called Session Voted Against Churches Accept- 
ing Membership without Baptism. 



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1972 

Spirino held with Richaxd Hogue; Future Development Committee replaced City 
Metropolitan Mission Study Committee Church Training Research Committee ap- 
pointed. 

OFFICE STAFF MEMBERS 
1954-55 Mrs. Kitty Maddry Crouch 

1954- 55 Miss Shirley Blackley 

1955- 63 Mrs. Marian Crutchfield 

1962- 66 Mrs. Betty Lamb 

1963- Mrs. Emilv Warren 
1966-69 Mrs. Polly Helms 
1968- Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin 

1968- 73 Rev. Boyce Kimball 

1969- 71 Mrs. Doris Holmes 
1971— Mrs. Altaree Norris 

REPORT OF PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

This Committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the 
annual associational meetings of 1974: 

HOST CHURCHES 
Monday Night - Lowe* s Grove Church, 4430 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 
Tuesday Morning — Braggtown Church, 3218 Roxboro Road, Durham 
Tuesday Night - Lakewood Church 2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 

ANNUAL SERMON 
Preacher - Rev. W. Gattis Perry, Holloway Street Church, Durham 
Alternate - Rev. Everette Smith, Lakewood Church, Durham 
2nd Alternate - Rev. Ned Matthews, Cresset Church, Durham 



Respectfully submitted, 
Herman Goodin, Chairman 



1974 BUDGET 



MISSIONS 
1) Church Expansion 



(1) 



2) Evangelism 

3) Camp Supt. of Grounds 

4) Maintenance 

-5) Capital Improvements 

6) Bond Retirement 

7) Library & Visual Aids 

8) Youth Council 

9) Ministers' Conference 

10) Sunday School 

11) Church Training 

12) Woman's Missionary Union 

13) Brotherhood 

14) Music 

15) Baptist Student Centers 

16) Annual Meeting Committee 

17) Deacons' Committee 

18) Missions Committee 

19) Foundation Committee 

20) Literacy Committee 

21) Future Development Committee 

22) •*Contact Durham" Teleministry 



SALARIES: 

23) Superintendent 

24) Office Assistant 

25) Clerk 

26) Part-time Secretaries (2) 

27) Minister Youth/Family Ser. (3) 





Expenditures 




1973 Budget 


5 Months 


1974 Goals 


$2,475. 00 


$ .00 


$2,075. 00 


500. 00 


38. 25 


500. 00 


1.680.00 


700.00 


1.800. 00 


2.000. 00 


809. 47 


2. 500. 00 


.00 


.00 


500. 00 


9, 300.00 


3, 527.62 


9,300.00 


200. 00 


66.66 


300. 00 


300. 00 


52.40 


300. 00 


75. 00 


80.66 


75. 00 


200. 00 


93.41 


200. 00 


100. 00 


23.69 


100. 00 


1.000. 00 


514. 74 


1.000.00 


300. 00 


97.86 


300. 00 


120. 00 


83. 30 


120. 00 


300. 00 


.00 


300.00 


200. 00 


.00 


200. 00 


100. 00 


26. 70 


100. 00 


200. 00 


.00 


300. 00 


.00 


.00 


100. 00 


.00 


.00 


100.00 


.00 


.00 


100.00 


.00 


.00 


100.00 


****** 






8.600. 00 


3, 583. 38 


8,600.00 


5. 040. 00 


2. 100. 00 


5. 400. 00 


350. 00 


.00 


370. 00 


3,000. 00 


1, 147. 50 


3.000.00 


6. 160.00 


1.791.65 


6, 500.00 



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28) Summer Youth Missionaries (4) 600.00 .00 2,400.00 

********** 

1) This includes $1,000 we hope to get from the State Convention. 

2) We have great plans in cooperation with the Sunday School, the W. M. U., and 
perhaps the. Missions Committee. 

3) An increase in line with Federal recommendations. 

4) We cut this amount this year hoping to "get by", but we h,ave had unexpected 
expense, plus an old $300 bill from last year making us over-spend. We must 
have more for this item in 1974. 

5) This is a new but necessary item because we have fallen behind in some basic 
capital needs. 

6-17) No changes. 

18) We anticipate several activities necessitating some expense. 

19) A new item to underwrite the printing of tracts. 

20) A new item to underwrite the enlarging of this ministry. 

21) A new item to underwrite the reactivating of this committee. 

22) Following the example of the Home Mission Board in giving for this interde- 
nominational Christian Teleministry, we are offering our encouragement on a 
local level. Only professed Christians are allowed on the telephone. 

23-27) Routine increases. 

28) Our first summer program with Miss Gloria Kimball was highly successful. We 
would like to enlarge the program next summer through the help of the State 
Convention. 

OFFICE EXPENSES: 



29) Maintenance 


3,660.00 


1,424.68 


3.660. 00 


Rent 


( 2, 400. 00 


( 1, 000. 00) 


( 2, 400. 00) 


Electricity 


( 230. 00) 


( 67.08) 


( 230. 00) 


Water 


( 80. 00) 


( 21.60) 


( 80. 00) 


Fuel 


( 600.00) 


( 191.10) 


( 600.00) 


Janitor 


( 200. 00) 


( 88. 50) 


( 200. 00) 


Miscellaneous 


( 150.00) 


( 56.40) 


( 150. 00) 


30) Telephone: General 


1, 500. 00 


6 52. 27 


1,600.00 


31) Youth/Family Service 


240. 00 


100.00 


240. 00 


32) Postage 


1, 400. 00 


295. 20 


1,400. 00 


33) Supplies 


800. 00 


213.64 


800.00 


34) Equipment Repair 


100. 00 


49.00 


100.00 


35) Equipment 


.00 


.00 


600. 00 


36) Fire & Theft Insurance 


25.00 


.00 


25. 00 


37) Workmen's Compensation Insurance 


225. 00 


. 00 


225. 00 


38) Directories City & Cross Reference .00 


.00 


100.00 


* * * * 


****** 







OTHER EXPENSES: 








39) Superintendent's Travel Allowance 


1, 320. 00 


550.00 


1,440. 00 


40) Superintendent's Housing Allowance 


2.600. 00 


1.088.00 


2.600.00 


41) Superintendent's Retirement 


700. 00 


208. 35 


700. 00 


42) Superintendent's Insurance: Life; 








Disability, Hospital 


400. 00 


162. 90 


1,095. 00 


43) Christmas Bonus 


250.00 


.00 


325. 00 


44) Social Security: Superintendents* 


675. 00 


675.00 


750.00 


45) Social Security: Office Assistant 


250.00 


122.87 


325.00 


46) Social Security: Part-time Secretary 


146.00 


71.92 


175. 00 


47) Social Security: Camp Superintendent 


88. 00 


41.00 


111.00 


48) Convention & Conferences 


350. 00 


315. 00 


35 0.00 


***** 


***** 







29) No change. 

30-31) We are trying to be conservative but we have four telephone exchanges in 

our association and we must have had many emergencies this year. 
32-34) We are daring to keep the same amounts. 

35) We need another copy machine badly. We need some protection in case another 

piece of equipment must be replaced. 
36-37) No changes. 



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38) Real facilities for the association office and our churches. 

39) Minor change. 

40—41) No changes. ; 
42) Superintendent's main increase. 
43-48) Routine changes. 



********** 



49) Printing: General 


1, 000. 00 


1, 238. 88 


1, 200. 00 


50) Supplement for Minutes 


. 00 


. 00 


' 400. 00 


51) Minister Y/F Services: 








Housing & Utilities (3) 


1,800. 00 


.00 


2, 100.00 


52) Minister Y/r bervices. iravel (6) 


1 200. 00 


. 00 


1, 400. 00 


53) Minister Y/b' Services: Retirement 


400. 00 


400. 00 


400. 00 


54) Minister Y/F Services: 








Convention & Conference 


200. 00 


53. 16 


250. 00 


55) Minister Y/F Services: ^ 








Speakers and etc. 


200. 00 


.00 


200.00 


56) Service Contracts on Equipment 


300.00 


189. 15 


400. 00 


57) Incidentals 


300. 00 


177.08 


400.00 


TOTALS $( 


30, 529. 00 


$21,965. 39 


$69,311. 00 



(1) supplemented by Baptist State Convention $1,000.00 

(2) supplemented by Baptist State Convention «•- $ 600.00 

(3) supplemented by Baptist State Convention -- $4,600.00 

(4) supplemented by Baptist State Convention $1,400.00 



********** 



Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Plainview 
Pleasant Hill 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
University 
Westwood 



49) Routine change. 

50) Protection against loss in printing Minutes. 
51—57) Minor changes. 

CHURCHES WITH PERFECT LETTERS 

Angler Avenue Gorman 

Bells Grace 

Berea Guess Road 

Braggtown HoUoway Street 

Calvary Homestead Heights 

Carrboro Hope Valley 

Cedar Fork Immanuel 

Cheek Heights Lakewood 

Cresset Lowe's Grove 

Durham Memorial Lystra 

Ebenezer Mt. Carmel 

Edgemont Mt. Hermon 

Fieldcrest Mt. Moriah 

REPORT OF ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

At Mount Carmel Baptist Church, November 21, 1972, the Board reaffirmed "its 
belief in the Confession of Faith, adopted by the Association; particularly that 
which expresses the belief that baptism by immersion is the New Testament 
mode.** By an 80 to 39 vote the Board requested "that all member churches re- 
spect the Constitution of the Association, and to refrain from any practice which 
denies the association the right to abide by its own Constitution, determine the 
membership of the association and who shall be reported through it, and that any 
church or churches imposing such practices be respectfully requested to comply 
with these requests by the time of the next associational meeting . . 

At Edgemont Baptist Church on February 13, 1973, the budget for 1973 was pre- 
sented by Billy Garrett, Finance Committee Chairman, and adopted. The Board 
voted to have a special meeting of the association at Carrboro Church on May 8, 
1973, in lieu of the regular Boardmeeting However, the Executive Committee was 
authorized to call it off, if after due consideration they deemed it wise. (The Ex- 
ecutive Committee later decided to hold the Regular Board Meeting.) 

At Carrboro Baptist Church, May 8, 1973, Reverend Pat Collins was elected 
Chairman of the Camp Committee, Reverend Crate Jones was elected as Chairman 
of the Constitution Committee, and Reverend Ernest Ferrell was elected as a mem- 



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ber of the Constitution Committee. The Board adopted by common consent: "(1) 
that all churches record on the associational letter from each year beginning next 
fall, 1973, (a) the total immersed members (for information of the Yates Associa- 
tion on its copy of the associational letter), (b) the total of all members (for the 
N. C. State Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention) that are dependent 
upon these letters for their records, (2) that the Constitutional Committee study 
the constitution and present revisions as necessary at the annual meeting in Oc- 
tober, 1973 . . . •* 

At Homestead Heights Baptist Church, July 19, 1973, Chairman Milton Roberson 
presented the proposed calendar for 1974, and Chairman Billy Garrett presented 
the financial goals for 1974. Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon reported on activity of the 
Committee to Study the Church Training Program. Plans for the annual meeting were 
discussed by Reverend B. E. White, Chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee 
and Reverend Nelson Chambers, pastor of the host church for the second day. Rose 
of Sharon. It was announced that Dr. Perry Crouch had accepted an invitation to 
speak. 

At Hope Valley Baptist Church on September 11, 1973, Mrs. Emily Warren was 
recognized for 10 years of serviceto Yates Association and was presented a lovely 
silver bowl as a love gift from the association. Emphasis was given the Christian 
Action League's stand on **Liquor-by-the-Drink and the Billy Graham Crusade of 
September 23—30 by Reverend Lawrence H. Knott. Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon re- 
ported the completion of survey materials for the Church Training Research Com- 
mittee and that five churches have consented to use them as pilot projects. Mrs. 
Frances Dorrity announced coming activities ofthe WMU. The possible purchase of 
the Gair ett Road property was rpeorted referred back to the Finance Committee. It 
was announced that Reverend Boyce Kimball. Director ofthe Youth and Family 
Service had resigned. 

At Lakewood Baptist Church, October 9, 1973, reports were made by Reverend 
John Laverty, Chairman of the Music Council, Reverend Nelson Chambers, pastor 
of the annual associational meeting host church for the second day. Miss Nannie 
Mae Hemdon, Chairman ofthe Church Research Training Committee, Reverend Pat 
Collins, Chairman ofthe Camp Committee, and Reverend Crate Jones presented 
proposed constitution changes to b e voted on at the annual meeting; The Board 
adopted a recommendation from the Executive Committee that the resignation of 
Reverend Boyce Kimball be accepted and his financial assistance be continued in 
keeping with the budget item until December 31 or until he is employed some place 
else, whichever comes first. The Board also adopted the returning of Annual 
Letters to the churches when they do not comply with the prescribed procedures 
and that the association in its first session at Parkwood on Monday night, October 
29, officially vote on withdrawing fellowship and excusing voting messengers from 
churches not complying. 

It has been a great experience for me these four years as your Vice-Moderator 
and Moderator to make new friendships among the Board members, messengers 
and pastors as I've met with you in committees. Board meetings, and visited your 
churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Clayton, Moderator 

REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Our committee has found numerous corrections that should be made in our Con- 
stitution but we prefer to offer only three this year. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 

Present reading. Section 1: 

The Association shall convene annually on Tuesday and Wednesday after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two suc- 
cessive days. 

Proposed change. Section 1: 

The Association shall convene annually during the week after the fourth Sunday 
in October, and may meet with different churches on the two successive days. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 
Present reading. Section 3: 

The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of then 
officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairman of the Calendar, Camp, Finance, 



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and Missions Committees, and the Superintendent of Missions. 

Proposed change, Section 3: 

The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed of the 
officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar, Camp, 
Christian Social Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees and the Superin- 
tendent of Missions. 

Article XI. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 
Eliminate Section 13. THE LIBRARIES COMMITTEE ... 
Then re-number this section and the remaining Sections. 

Add the "Library Organization*' (TACLO) to Section 14 (presently Section 15), 
Paragraph 2), as follows: 
Present reading: 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approv- 
al and to the Association for election the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, and Music Council. This committee 
will receive from the five organizational committees and present for approval at 
the February Board meeting the names of nominees for leadership. 

Proposed change: 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwardingto the Board for approv- 
al and to the Association for election the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library Organiza- 
tion (TACLO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval to the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
leadership. 

(In the next paragraph, "five organizations" will also be changed to "six 
or^nizations.") 

Respectfully submitted. 
Crate Jones, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Sunday School Committee is grateful for what God lias accomplished during 
the pastyear. Two important events highlight the work of this committee for 1973. 
The first experience was the coming together of an estimated three hundred Sunday 
School members from the various churches to participate in a one-night Sunday 
School revival. For those who attended it was indeed an inspirational experience 
in undergirding our Sunday School work. The plan presented was a challenge for 
each officer and teacher to make a One For One Commitment to increase our en- 
rolment in the Sunday Schools throughout our Association. Last year we were able 
to note an increase in Sunday School enrolment for the first time in a number of 
years. We trust that the One For One effort will reinforce the trend. 

The second highlight was the Vacation Bible School Clinic held at Holloway 
Street Baptist Church to whom we are indebted for the use of their facilities. The 
The Association Clinic was attended by 147 VBS workers during a single night 
session. Only one of our Associational workers was able to attend the state clinic 
at Wingate. Our sincere appreciation to Miss Nancy Hildebran, Educational Direct- 
or of Durham Memorial Church and Mrs. Myra Motley, of the Baptist State Conven- 
tion for filling the vacancies in our Associational VBS staff. 

The coming year is filled with renewed challenges for teaching and leadership 
training under the study course approach called Back to Bethel. Special efforts 
have been made to provide the Association with available qualified associational 
workers for the coming year. My own soul is haunted with the recurring thought that 
"we are but one generation away from paganism." May we come to realize our re- 
sponsibility to God in this generation as we consider our total commitment to God. 

Prayerfully submitted, 
W. T. Brogden, Director 

REPORT OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The work of the Christian Social Ministries Committee has been interrupted 
several times during the year due to a turnover in committee members. The new 
committee chairman, Charles Midkiff, resigned from the committee after the first of 
the year when he left our Association to assume work in a new church. A lay wo- 



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man who was the committee's secretary had moved from our Association. Certainly 
the committee's having two new chairmen in one year has not been an asset to the 
committee's work. 

One of the most thorough forms of ministry supported by the committee this year 
has been the Literacy Program. More than thirty teachers have been trained in two 
training sessions, and most of them are currently teaching Plans are being de- 
veloped for another training session to make use of additional volunteers who can 
teach the waiting list of non-readers. 

The participation of the churches in the Association in the food program has 
enabled our Association to show loving care to many families in crises in our 
metropolitan area. This form of ministry is the most tangible way our committee 
has been able to encourage churches to express God's love to some of the "least 
of these." 

An increasing number of youth and adults alike are participating in a wide 
variety of ministry forms in Butner. Not only are the recreation programs going 
well, but numerous gifts have been given at Christmas, and the youth of at least 
one church conducted Vacation Bible School among youth there. 

A number of couples have worked with the Sheriff's Department in having the 
ministry of presence and counseling for inmates at the jail on Friday evening. 
Although this program has been interrupted for several reasons, the prospects for 
its future development appear bright. 

One of the major concerns of the committee this year, as well as in the months 
ahead, is to develop a survey of the forms of ministry churches are now engaging 
in. Parallel to this is the compilation of various forms of ministry in which indi- 
vidual churches in the Association collectively might participate. The goal of the 
Christian Social Ministries Committee is not limited to the things that can be done 
by our Association as a whole. Perhaps more it is to give such description and 
inspiration to churches that they can develop and participate in ministry projects 
of their own. The concept of our committee has been to obtain such information 
that a number of churches migit be involved in the same type of project without 
overlapping with the same people at the same time. 

The committee continues to be very indebted to the work and leadership of 
Boyce Kimball, Minister of Youth and Family Services for the Association. With- 
out his knowledge of Christian ministries and his contacts with people and agen- 
cies in the cityi the work of our committee would not have been as effective this 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert W. Bailey, Chairman 

REPORT OF MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council of the Yates Baptist Association met four times during the 
past season in executive meetings to plan the work of the council for the season, 
and make some tentative plans for the coming season. 

On Sunday afternoon, October 15, 1972, the twelfth annual Yates Association 
Hymn Sing was held at Guess Road Baptist Church. Choirs from Trinity Baptist 
Church and Guess Road Baptist Church participated with some special music, and 
members of the Music Council gave a handbell demonstration. The selection of 
hymns used for the congregational singing was made by using the favorites of 
Yates Association, chosen in polls taken for the previous four years. By taking 
the first six choices of each year, ten different favorite hymns were obtained. 

An associational choir was used in each session ofthe 1972 annual meeting on 
October 23 and 24, This group met for rehearsal just prior to each session and 
made a fine contribution to the meeting. 

The annual Choral Clinic for choir members and music leaders in the churches 
was held at Grace Baptist Church on Monday, March 19, 1973. About 60 people 
attended, representing 21 churches. Dr. Paul M. Yoder, from Campbell College, 
was the guest leader for this clinic. He discussed some of his ideas about choral 
and vocal tecnhique, and led the group in reviewing a number of anthems. 

As this report is being prepared, the Music Council is making final plans for 
the 1973 Hymn Sing and the music for the 1973 Annual Meeting. We would like to 
re-emphasize that we who are members of the Yates Association Music Council 
stand ready to give assistance to any church of our association, so far as time, 
opportunity, and ability permit. Wewant to serve in the most effective way we can. 
To help us do this, we are planning a very special sharing seminar on Friday 



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evening, November 16, at Temple Baptisi Church, at 7:30 P. M. for all choir di- 
rectors (and we are asking the pastors to come, too). Let us know your ideas on 
how we can serve you better, and how we can cooperate in being more effective 
in the work of God's Kingdom. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John T. Laverty, Director 

REPORT OF YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

In reviewing the past events this year, since January, 1973, we notice that there 
have been a variety of monthly Youth Happenings. We began to enlist churches as 
hosts for each month's events. They would have the monthly event in their church 
and provide refreshments. We have averaged 75-100 in attendance. The following 
churches have participated since the first of this year in these Happenings: Be- 
thesda, Durham Memorial, Ephesus, First, Grace, Grey Stone, Guess Road, Hollo= 
way Street, Park View, Plainview, Rose of Sharon, Trinity, and Westwood. 

In the months to follow, the following churches will play hosts to these events: 
(January - May, 1974): Cedar Fork, Grey Stone, Lakewood, Berea, and Olive 
Branch. 

We have had some exciting events this year, such as the Easter drama in April 
led by youth from various churches called "The Eucharist". Another interesting 
program was the one in February where a youth pastor, Lester Cooper, from En- 
field came and spoke on **Coca Cola Religion -- It's the Real Thing!" Musical 
youth groups such as Holloway Street, Rose of Sharon, and Faith have also led a 
Youth Happening experience. 

In the last two months of thisjyear, we are planning two unique Happenings. On 
November 17, Davis Bowen, state youth coordinator, will lead a panel discussion 
on "The Role of the Youth in the Church Today". We will also have on that night 
a musical to be performed by youth from Enfield Baptist Church, Enfield, North 
Carolina. This event will take place in the social hall of Ebenezer Baptist 
Church. In December, we will have an associational youth caroling downtown and 
then goto a nearby church for fellowship. 

In conclusion, it has been a highly successful year. We have come a long way, 
but this would not have been possible without each individual church's support. 
Most of all, "thank you" to a great Youth Advisory Committee who care enough 
about our youth to work with]them throughout all these Youth Happenings. Praise 
God . . . our youth are on the road to where it's happening, and our committee is 
seeking to work with them. 

REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING COMMITTEE 

The Associational Research Committee has been given the assignment to in- 
vestigate 1) the personal development needs of the members of our churches, 2) 
what our association can and should do to assist the churches in meeting these 
needs, and 3) how to set up and carry out such a program. We have compiled a 
series of questions pertaining to Organization, Literature, Member Training, Con- 
tinuing Education, the Tournaments, and the Festival of the Arts. We are attempt- 
ing, through these questions, to find the answer to our first assignment. 

Six pilot churches have already given these questions to their members (youth 
and adult) for evaluation. The tabulated results are quite interesting and helpful 
to the local church and to the Research Committee. 

In November we expect to ask for representatives from the other churches in 
Yates Association to attend a briefing session and then conduc t the research 
questions in their churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Nannie Mae Herndon, Chairman 

REPORT OF DEACONS' COMMITTEE 

The Deacons' Committee held its first meeting during October, 1972. The meet- 
ing was to make preliminary plans for the Deacons' Night in January, 1973, at 
Durham Memorial Church. The people present for this meeting were Roy Watson, 
Preston Hall, Norman Seagroves, Roy W. Lowder, and Rev. Hubert Mumford, 
Superintendent. 

The Committee held a second meeting in November at Immanuel Church, invit- 
ing the Chairmen of the Boards of Deacons from other churches in the Associa- 



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tion. There was discussion as to how deacons might do a better job for Christ in 
their respective churches. 

In January of 1973, the Durham Memorial Church was host for the Deacons* 
Night for all Deacons and Deaconesses. There was a male quarter which provided 
beautiful music. Mr. E. C, Cannon gave a personal testimony on how he had ex- 
perienced God's love in recent months after undergoing brain surgery. Roy W. 
Lowder, Chairmen of the Deacons' Committee, was the speaker. The meeting ad- 
journed to the Fellowship Hall where everyone enjoyed refreshments. 

Plans are already being made for Deacons' Night on January 29, 1974, at Im- 
manuel Church. Please begin making arrangements to be present at this very in- 
spiring meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Roy W. Lowder, Chairman 

REPORT OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT 

The Future Development Committee, which began its work in May, 1972, has had 
its number tremendously depleted, leaving only three members. However, the 
Executive Committee made a decision to leave the number as it was until the end 
of the year. 

In recent weeks we have begun meeting again and have had two meetings. We 
interpreted a part of our task as being a study of the structure of the Association 
and the make-up of the office staff. 

With the loss of Boyce Kimball from our staff, it was felt that top priority 
should be given to a study of what staff members we needed and job descriptions 
for each. 

To properly do this, we asked the present Associational staff to complete a list 
of things that is being done at this time. 

Although this is not complete we now have a list of seventy-five things that are 
being done and the number is growing. 

The members of this Committee feel that our work is urgent because our work- 
ing relationship with the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Home Mission Board 
of the S. B. C. is implicated financially. 

We will be bringing our recommendations to the Associational Board as quickly 
as possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald Goodwin, Chairman 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

October 1, 1972, marked the beginning of a new denominational emphasis in 
the Yates Association WMU, "Living the Spirit of Christ in Faith*', with the 
challenge of the Watchword, *'Ask of me (faith) and I will make the nations your 
heritage, and the ends of the earth your possession." (Psalm 2:8 RSV). Missions 
and Evangelism are central in the watchword and we have had many opportunities 
this year through WMU to witness through Mission Action and Evangelism. 

The Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was observed in cooperation with the wo- 
men of the National Baptist Association in Durham on November 6, 1972. The 
day meeting was held at Temple Church with approximately 25 in attendance. The 
night meeting was at Union Baptist Church with approximately 40 present. Women 
from both Associations participated on the programs. 

During the Week of Prayer forlHome Missions, Dr. Glenn Igleheart. Home Mis- 
sion Board representative, conducted atwo-night study session of the Home Mis- 
sion Graded Series Book, No Man Goes Alone. The Mt. Zion and Raleigh Associ- 
ations were invited to the meetings at Calvary and Guess Road Churches. Ap- 
proximately 505 were present. This was a first for our Association and we feel it 
was very successful. 

The 25th session of the Yates WMU was held at Park View Church on April 17, 
with the theme, ''Sharing My Faith Through Missions". Miss Bertha Smith, re- 
tired missionary to China, was the speaker for the evening session. Miss Nancy 
Curtis, State Baptist Young Women's Director, was guest speaker for the afternoon 
session. Mrs. Rachel James, missionary to Viet Nam, installed the officers for the 
new year. Mrs. C. B. Williamson, Jr., from First Baptist, brought an inspirational 
message through song, "He Touched Me". There were 450 in attendance with 42 
churches represented. The meal was provided b> Group IV (Mrs. J. A. Deal, 
group leader), consisting of the following churches: Angier Avenue, Berea, 



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Bethesda, Ceaar Fork, Edgemont, Homestead Heights, Hope Valley , Lowe's 
Grove, Olive Branch, Park View, Trinity, and Page Road. 

On May 5, the Baptist Women sponsored an Associational Prayer Retreat at 
Yates Camp. A very inspirational Bible study was presented by Rev. Clell Gib- 
son, pastor of Braggtown Church. Rev. J. G. Goodwin, missionary to Korea, 
brought a challenging and self-searching message to the 25 ladies present. 

The WMU participated in the Yates Missions Fair on July 21 at Durham Memor- 
ial. Each age-level organization had a display representing its activities in the 
theme of, "Sharing Christ Through .... .** 

Incoming associational officers attended an overnight workshop at Mundo Vista 
on September 7-8 in preparation for the new year. Their first task was to teach a 
one-night workshop at Grey Stone Church, September 18. This corresponded with 
the State oriented regional workshop which was taught by State workers earlier in 
the day. 

Murdoch Center ministry is continuing with fifth-Sunday visitation by WMU and 
church members. Churches respond well to the mission action project by regular 
donations of food to the associational food pantry. 

A Mission Action Committee of three, Mrs. Frank Nelson, Mrs. W. B. Harrill, 
Mrs. W. A. Godwin, has been appointed to serve with the Association Christian 
Social Ministries Committee to make a study of these needs in our association. 

God has blessed us this year in many ways. We have had new organizations, 
an increase in membership, and an increase in subscriptions to WMU magazines 
as a result of the emphasis on "Giant Steps" We pray that the new year, with the 
emphasis on "Mission Support** will bring more women into our organization and 
more souls into the Kingdom who can participate meaningfully in intercessory 
prayer and giving for missions. 

The Associational Acteens had quarterly meetings with very good attendance. 
The Council members and association leaders attended an overnight workshop. 
Twelve Baptist Young Women's groups were organized during the year. 

We are grateful to the churches who so graciously provided for our needs at our 
various meetings during the year. We have truly felt in this past year the fulness 
of the Spirit and anticipate an even greater year for 1973-74. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, Director 

REPORT OF MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

The Missions Committee met five times during the year. The committee wishes 
to exoress appreciation for the work of Miss Gloria Kimball who worked faithfully 
during the summer months and into the fall of the current year. Particularly effect- 
ive was her work in the week-day ministries, youth meetings, missions fair, and 
receiving information from and being helpful to pastors of the Association. 

The Committee has no recommendation to the Association. 

MISSIONS REPORT 

The Missions Committee, composed of J. B. Buchanan, H. W. Pickett, O. C. 
Mangum, Robert Rummell, Dr. Albert Collier and Jerry Kelly, had a number of 
meetings during the year and attempted to take an objective look at our mission 
work for the Yates Association. 

A. The Association currently owns three acres of land which has not been de- 
veloped on the Garrett Road. Some consideration has been given to purchasing 
land contiguous to the property. This matter was referred to the Finance Com- 
mittee and we understand the party offering the land has since withdrawn his offer 
to us. The Garrett Road property has many possibilities; possibly a future church, 
a day-care center or a youth center. As the area develops, it will become clearer 
just what should be done with this valuable piece of land. 

B. Weekday Ministries. The Committee wishes to encourage each church to con- 
sider using its facilities in ministries during the week. Various committees of 
the Association, including the Christian Social Ministries Committee, stand ready 
to assist in any way. Also agencies of the State and Southern Baptist Convention 
are encouraging such developments in the programs of the churches. 

C. The Committee wishes to commend the work of Mrs. Gloria Kimball who 
worked among us this summer. Gloria gave time over and beyond that required of 
her. She made an effort to interview each Pastor and to ascertain what each church 



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was doing by way of ministyy. In addition, Mrs. Kimball gave leadership to youth 
programs, to helping set up the Mission Fair and other valuable services to the 
Association. 

D. Future Churches. The Yates Association should look with favor with the 
establishment of new church-type missions. Our Association is in one of the most 
rapidly growing sections of our state. We encourage the establishment of addition- 
al churches which must be sponsored by one of our churches. The Missions Com- 
mittee directed the Associational Superintendent, Hubert Mumford. and the Chair- 
man of the Missions Committee to look into the possibility of establishing anew 
church in Chapel Hill. 

E. The Missions Committee suggests that each church do its best to support 
missions in our homeland through our Home Mission Board, in foreign countries 
through our Foreign Mission Board and our State Board. Especially would we en- 
courage each to give consideration to supporting the State Missions effort at 
establishing and improving the various assemblies such as ¥undo Vista in Cara- 
way and the Caswell Baptist Assembly. 

F. This Association has four on the Research Triangle Missions Committee, 
Jerreal Buchanan, James West, Robert Bailey, and Hubert Mumford. Other mem- 
bers ofthis committee are representatives of the Raleigh and Mount Zion Associ- 
ations. Also serving is Ernest Upchurch of the Department of Metropolitan Mis- 
sions, North Carolina State Convention. The purpose of this Committee is to dis- 
cover ways and means by which the churches can serve the area better. 

G. This past summer a seminar on urban studies conducted by the Southern 
Baptist Seminary at Wake Forest, directed by Professors Thomas A. Bland and E. 
Luther Copeland was made in our area. The results of this study are made avail- 
able to Pastors and other leaders of the area. The objective of the study was to 
discover the types of ministries inthe area, the structure of church programs and 
patterns of relationships among churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jerreal Buchanan, Chairman 

REPORT OF STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

Members: Clay Warf, Chairman, W. Grady Thomas, E. B. Weatherspoon, Mrs. 
W. M. Upchurch, Jr., Stancil Baucom, Perry Norris. 

This Committee met last year to determine how best the constitutional respon- 
sibilities of this Committee could be adhered to. These responsibilities are 
basically two-fold: 

(1) *'To cooperate with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in 
the several institutions within the area of the Association, and; 

(2) to encourage the ministry of the churches to the students." 

In meetings withthe Baptist student chaplains in the area, the committee adopt- 
ed the following objectives: 

(1) Relate to the churches what the B. S. U. is doing. 

(2) Promote outreach teams from B. S. U. 

(3) Obtain the names of youth workers in each of the Association's churches. 

(4) Arrange a meeting of the Yates Ministers* Association with the student 
chaplains providing the program. 

(5) Encourage the churches in the Association to support B. S. U. work by: 

(a) Contributing financially, 

(b) Encouraging students from local churches to be involved in B. S. U. 

(c) Encouraging churches to invite B. S. U. groups for programs. 

All of these objectives were not met last year, but they provide this committee 
with a good starting point for the new year. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Clay Warf, Chairman 

REPORT OF ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 

The Ordinations Committee was called upon by four churches to assist in the 
examination of four candidates for the m inistry. Those candidates were examined 
and counseled concerning the Christian ministry, and then were recommended by 
the Ordination Committee to their c hurches for ordination to the Christian ministry. 

On November 20, 1972, Mr. Ronald Rowe at the request of Temple Baptist 
Church. 

On May 29, 1973, Mr. Gordon Saunders at the request of Grey Stone Baptist 



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Church. 

On May 29, 1973, Mr. Leland Kerr at the request of Hope Valley Baptist Church. 
On June 4, 1973, Mr. Harry Kahn at the request of Bethesda Baptist Church. 
On June 19, 1973, Mr. George Dillon at the request of Trinity Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Everette J. Smith, Chairman 

REPORT OF EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

The report ofthe Evangelism Committee is purposely about the future. We have 
seen many accomplishments in the past. Many of our pastors and laymen went to 
the Statewide Evangelism Conference; many of our youth went toUhe Statewide 
Youth Evangelism Night; several churches are continuing in Lay Witness Train- 
ing; several churches were represented at the Church Bus and Children's Church 
Conference at Cresset Church; some churches have had Shopping Center Services; 
pastors attended the Billy Graham School of Evangelism; and, we hope every 
church was involved in the Central Carolina Billy Graham Crusade. 

However, Fred E. White, Consultant in Evangelism, says, "Though Southern 
Baptists have experienced great success in reaching people, perennial evangelism 
is still our greatest need in the decade ofthe s^^venties. Evangelism must be 
rescued from the concept of the "occasional" or "special" and placed inthe 
center of the essential on-going life and witness of the church." We want to urge 
every church to put a TOP PRIORITY on evangelism. We want you to catch the 
spirit of evangelism to replace the spirit of self-preservation. 

We are going to attempt to communicate with every church a number of evangel° 
ism projects from which they can select those best suited for them to provide for a 
year 'round emphasis upon evangelism. "An evangelism project is legitimate only 
if it contributes to a dynamic witnessing and ministering congregation." This is 
what the Evangelism Committee wants every church to become. 

We would like to ask for your help. We want to take a "Survey of Evangelism 
in Churches real soon. The survey will ask for records, actions, and plans. With 
this information we can see what is being done in evangelism. You can pass on 
your ideas to sister churches. We can see what areas need more attention. We 
thank you in advance for this help. 

Let us list some things we will be suggesting: an area-wide people search 
campaign to find people and discover needs, shopping center evangelism, lay re- 
newal week-end evangelism, lay witness training, youth and campus evangelism 
projects, ministers' retreats, use of tracts and books to spread the gospel, evan- 
gelistic services in the Sunday Schools, telephone ministries, and Christian 
family witnessing plans. 

We would like to suggest that every organization in the Yates Association be- 
come evangelistic, e. g., the Sunday School, Brotherhood, Woman's Missionary 
Union, etc. It is exciting tothink about what is being done and to believe what 
God is going to do. At your meetings let someone give an evangelistic testimony 
for the glory of God! 

Ponder this quotation: "It is better to give a year or so to one or two men who 
learn what it means to conquer for Christ than t o spend a lifetime with a congrega-i 
tion just keeping the program going. 

REPORT OF FOUNDATION COMMITTEE 

The Foundation Committee this year has concentrated on studying and reaching 
a conclusion on how we might best carry out the Constitutional responsibilities 
of the Committee. After several meetings, much correspondence, and diligent 
study of all materials which could be obtained, the conclusion was reached that 
the present brochure should be reproduced in a more attractive appearance. Our 
best source of advice advised that we would be wise in keeping it in its present 
form. It is now planned to distribute the new brochures and encourage all churches 
to promote "Stewardship after Death" during January, 1974 (MAKE YOUR WILL 
MONTH). 

Appreciation is expressed to fellow members Doyle Griffin, Mrs. D. R. Perry, 
and Fred Rhodes and especially to Rev.Gattis Perry for the great amount of time 
he spent in evaluatingthe wealth of materials collected. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gary C. Cole, Chairman 



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REPORT OF CAMP COMMITTEE 

The Yates Baptist Camp was used this year by only 29 of our 48 churches. One 
hundred and thirty-four reservations were used by 854 adults and 1,201 children 
and youth. This amounts to barely one-fourth of the tot ^1 membership ofthe Asso- 
ciation -- many used it more than once who availed themselves of this beauti- 
ful site. 

Several areas of the Camp have been improved. The caretak'er*s house is being 
painted on the outside, an air conditioner was donated for his use and necessary 
electrical work done to accomodate it. The Nichols-Maddry Lodge has been im- 
proved as two refrigerators were replaced, new mattresses on all bunks, and ex- 
tensive (expensive) work done relating to storm drains and grading. The Outdoor 
Chapel whichhad suffered from neglect has been cleaned up and the erosion prob- 
lems -- hopefully -- have been solved. 

The Falls Lake Project will have some effect on future development. It is ex- 
pected that sometime in 1974 we will have reached an agreement with the U. S. 
Army Corps of Enginners relatingto property acquitision and such matters. At 
that time serious study can be given to long-range planning. 

There remains one major need, the Lodge MUST be painted on the exterior, the 
best estimate so far is $575.00. With this project completed, the facilities will be 
in '*respectable" condition. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Pat Collins, Chairman 
REPORT OF RADIO AND TV COMMITTEE 

The RTVC has put forth considerable effort this past year in creating interest 
in using available radio time for spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our area. 
It was found that larger churches already had programs planned for both radio and 
TV, and that they had experienced considerable success by using such media. 
However, it was also found that few smaller churches even had interest in either 
radio or TV. Those who did, found lack of finances or other drawbacks preventing 
them from committing themselves. Needless to say, God gave us opportunities in 
this area this past year that we have not used wisely. We can do better in 1973- 
74. 

PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAMMING 

The Federal Government has regulations governing the radio and TV media. A 
certain amount of free time must be made available for the benefit of the general 
public. Your RTVC, in 1972-73, took advantage of this fact whenever special 
church events took place. Examples of advertising this past year: Individual 
church homecoming dates were broadcast; the ''l.OOO Voice Choir" with John 
Peterson, was advertised on radio and TV; J. D. Morris's Music program held at 
the Durham Civic Auditorium was advertised. 

The chairm.an of the RTVC has personally had many conferences with station 
managers in order that we may secure more public service time. Let's use it when 
it is available. 

PROSPECTUS FOR 1973-74 

1. We ofthe RTVC would like to see many smaller churches in the Yates Asso- 
ciation taking advantage of radio time when it is available. 

2. It is in the best interest of the churches of this association to establish a 
radio library. This library would contain records and tapes of music and sermons 
from churches in the Yates Association. There would be tapes of solos, duets, 
trios, quartets, choirs, and other special music. Tapes of sermons of every preach- 
er having a radio program would also be on file. Such a library would make pro- 
gram material available to the RTVC for delivery to the station in the event a 
preacher was unable to appear for a broadcast. 

3. The library area would be used for recording both music and sermons for 
broadcasting. Ttiat, of course, means purchasing one or two quality reel tape re- 
corders with silent pause, and one or two quality record players. If these items 
are available in our association, we would be willing to make use of them rather 
than making a purchase. 

4. The RTVC would like to interest each church in the association in consider- 
ing a gift of not less than $5.00 per month toward an associational programming 
effort for radio. 



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5. We have an opportunity to have the "Baptist Hour" on each week. Time is 
available, financing is needed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Andrew King, Chairman 

REPORT OF AUDITOR 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates 
Baptist Association for the calendaryear ended December 31,1972. My examin- 
ation was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and 
accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing 
procedures as I considered necessary in the circumstances, except that it was not 
practical to extend my examination of income beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and expenditures 
presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association 
for the calendaryear ended December 31, 1972, on a basis consistent with that of 
the preceding year. 

Frank D. Nelson, CPA 
Auditor 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1972 



Fund 

General Fund 
Royal Ambassador 
Yates Home Development 
Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Total 



Balance 
1-1-72 

S7, 339. 10 
458. 53 
115.00 
70. 00 



Receipts 

S57,683. 47 
1, 123. 00 
5.86 
10.61 



Balance 
Expenditures 12-31-72 



S59, 778. 06 
1. 137. 70 
. 00 
.00 



S5. 244, 51 
443.83 
120. 86 
80.61 



S7,982.63 $58,822.94 $60,915.76 $5,889.81 



Cash Balance at December 31, 
Bank 

Petty Cash 

Security Savings and Loan 
Total 



1972 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



Cash on Hand 
RECEIPTS: 
from Churches 

from State Baptist Convention 

from Convention (Church Expansion)^ 

individual Gift for Missions 

Individual Gift for Camp 

Sales Tax Refund 

Gift from Will 

Total Cash Available 
DISBURSEMENTS: 
Missions: 

Church Expansion 

Evangelism 

Camp: Superintendent of Grounds 

Maintenance 

Bond Retirement 
Library & Visual Aids 
Youth Council 
Ministers Conference 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Woman's Missionary Union 
Brotherhood 
Music 

B. S. U. Centers 
Annual Meeting Committee 



Oct.-Dec. 1972 
$ 3. 721,. 57 

15. 893.65 
732. 00 

20.00 
6 37. 50 



:i,004. 72 



$5,6 28. 34 
60.00 
201. 47 

$5,889.81 



Jan. -Sept. 1373 
$ 5, 184. 51 

38. 572. 06 
1. 336.00 
1,000.00 



339.60 
800.00 



$47,232. 17 



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.00 

167.00 
420. 00 
506. 52 
2, 491. 25 
189.62 
501. 46 
.00 
5. 84 
76.00 
36. 46 
46. 90 
2. 75 
150. 00 
109. 75 



, 084. 20 
101.67 
, 260. 00 
, 322. 16 
,718.08 
137.78 
97.40 
92. 16 
101.31 
77.88 
827.42 
53.41 
83. 30 
.00 
.00 



Deacons' Committee 


. 00 


26. 70 


Missions Committee 


. 00 


. 00 


Salaries: 






Superintendent 


2, 049. 90 


6 450 0? 


Office Assistant 


l] 200. 00 


3 780 00 

% \^\J ^ \J\J 


Clerk 


* 335. 00 


. 00 


Part-time Secretaries* 


948. 38 


2, 067. 00 


Min. Youth/ Family Services 


1,074.99 " 


3^224.97 


Summer Youth Missionary 


. 00 


413. 18 


Office Expense: 






Maintenance: 






Rent 


600.00 


1,800.00 


Electricity 


58. 20 


205. 33 


Water 


12. 96 


38.88 


Fuel 


59. 44 


212. 25 


Janitor 


98. 00 


230. 78 


Miscellaneous 


53.90 


81. 48 


Telephone: General 


417. 44 


1, 145. 14 


Youth-Family 


60. 00 


180.00 


Postage 


403. 34 


849.62 


Supplies 


444. 92 


876. 56 


Equipment Repair 


. 00 


179. 51 


Fire & Theft Insurance 


29. 80 


29. 70 


Workman's Compensation 


.00 


341.77 


Other Expenses: 






Superintendent's Travel Allowance 


330. 00 


990.00 


Superintendent's Housing Allowance 


648. 00 


1,952. 00 


Superintendent's Retirement 


125. 01 


375. 03 


Superintendent's Group Insurance 


97. 74 


293. 22 


Christmas Bonus 


250. 00 


. 00 


Social Security: Superintendent's 


. 00 


675. 00 


Office Assistant 


65.00 


221. 15 


Part-time Secretaries 


51. 38 


130. 34 


Camp Superintendent 


21. 84 


73.80 


Conventions & Conferences 


.00 


350.00 


Printing 5 


1, 136. 33 


1, 283. 00 


Min. Y/F Svc. Housing* 


. 00 


. 00 


Min. Y/F Svc. Travel* 


.00 


. 00 


Min. Y/F Svc. Retirement 


. 00 


400.00 


Min. Y/F Svc. Conv. & Conf. 


64.23 


278. 16 


Min. Y/F Svc. Speakers, Etc. 


.00 


117.82 


Service Contracts on Equipment 


111. 00 


189. 15 


Incidentals 


204.05 


485.81 


N. C. Sales Tax Paid 


93. 56 


228.60 


Directories 


. 00 


.00 


Equipment 


1 iC. CD 


o D. OU 


THTAT DT^^IRTTR <^FMFN 


c 1 c; Q Of) 91 

•P J. O , O (CU . (C i 


$4.1 91 « 94 


Cash on Hand, General Fund, September 30, 1973 




$ 6 013 93 


SUMMARY OF SPECIAL FUNDS 




R. A. Sports Fund 






Balance at Beginning of Year 




443.83 


Receipts 


$ 85. 00 




Disbursements 




$ 488. 42 


Balance September 30, 1973 




$ 40 . 4 1 


M. T. Yates Home Development Fund 




Balance at Beginning of Year 




$ 115.00 


Receipts (Interest) 


$ 5.86 




Disbursements 




$ .00 


Balance September 39, 1973 




$ 120. 86 



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Camp Swimming Pool Fund 
Balance at Beginning of Year 

Receipts: Gift $ 7^ qo 

Interest S 3.61 

Disbursements ' " 

Balance September 30, 1973 

Church Expansion 

Balance at Beginning of Year 

Receipts $ 1,000.00 

Disbursements 

Balance September 30, 1973 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND September 30, 1973 

* Indicates supplemnt from BSC, HMB 
** Transferred to Savings Account 

YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
In The Minutes 



$ 70. 00 

S . 00 

$ 80.61 

$ .00 

S .00 
$ 1,000.00 

S 7.255.81 



1974 Faith 


1982 


Rose of Sharon 


1990 Park View 


Ridgecrest 




Ebenezer 


Bethesda 


1975 Hope Valley 


1983 


Lowe' s Grove 


1991 Yates 


Cresset 




Mount Carmel 


Olive Branch 


1976 Homestead Heights 


1984 


University 


1992 Temple 


Fieldcrest 




Watts Street 


Angier Avenue 


1977 Page Road 


1985 


Durham Memorial 


1993 Red Mountain 


Parkwood 




Cheek Heights 


Ephesus 


1978 Bells 


1986 


Holloway Street 


1994 Grey Stone 


Cedar Fork 




Immanuel 


Edgemont 


1979 Lystra 


1987 


Trinity 


1995 Carrboro 


Braggtown 




Gorman 


Grace 


1980 Berea 


1988 


Guess Road 


1996 Lakewood 


Mount Pisgah 




Calvary 


First 


1981 Mount Mori ah 


1989 


Plainview 


1997 Mount Hermon 


Mount Gilead 




Westwood 





YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 
Organized November 7, 1948 



Date 


Place 


Moderator 


Clerk 




Preacher 


1949 


Oct. 25 


Ephesus 


J. T. Edwards 


C. C. Smith 


H. G. Hammett 




Oct. 26 


Grey Stone 












1950 


Oct. 24 


Lowe' s Grove 


John Knight 


James 


P. 


Morgan 


J. T. Lennon 




Oct. 25 


Temple 












1951 


Oct. 3 0- 


Edgemont 


R. D. Holleman 


Calvin 


Knight 


C. N. Royal 




Oct. 31 


Red Mountain 












1952 


Oct. 28 


Lys tra 


W. B. Can- 


B. W. Rogers 


Charles A. Maddry 




Oct. 29 


Braggtown 












1953 


Oct. 27 


Mt. Pisgah 


W. B. Carr 


B. W. Rogers 


G. Fred Lipe 




Oct. 28 


Durham Men orial 












1954 


Oct. 26 


Bells 


R. D. Holleman 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Jack B. Wilder 




Oct. 27 


Watts Street 












1955 


Oct. 25 


Yates 


R. D. Holleman 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Robert Costner 




Oct. 26 


Cedar Fork 












1956 


Oct. 30 


Gorman 


Charles A. Maddry 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Dennis Hockaday 




Oct. 31 


Berea 












1957 


Oct. 29 


Temple 


Charles A. Maddry 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


R. E. Scarlett 




Oct. 30 


Mt. Gilead 












1958 


Oct. 28 


Angier Avenue 


H. C. Bradshaw 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


John T. Burn 




Oct. 29 


Mt. Moriah 












1959 


Oct. 27 


Grace 


H. C. Bradshaw 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Victor S. Dowd 




Oct. 28 


Calvary 












1960 


Oct. 25 


Holloway Street 


Victor S. Dowd 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Henry B. Anderson 




Oct. 26 


Immanuel 












1961 


Oct. 24 


Bethesda 


Victor S. Dowd 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


W. L. Pearson, Jr. 




Oct. 25 


We stwood 













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1962 


Oct. 30 
Oct. 31 


Grey Stone 
Ephesus 


W. Jethro Broadwell 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Vlaude Graham 


1963 


Oct. 2 9 
Oct. 30 


Lakewood 
Mt. Carmel 


W. Jethro Broadwell 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Warren T. Carr 


1964 


Oct. 27 
Oct. 28 


Olive Chapel 
Olive Branch 


J. Russell Barbee 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Malbert Smith, Jr. 


1965 


Oct. 26 
Oct. 27 


Carrboro 
Mt. Hermon 


J. Russell Barbee 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


B. E. White, Jr. 


1966 


Oct. 25 
Oct. 26 


Guess Road 
Fellowship 


Ray K. Hodge 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Russell Barbee 


1967 


Oct. 24 
Oct. 25 


First Baptist 
Ridgecrest Baptis 


Ray K. Hodge 

5t 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


J. Allison Fogleman 


1968 


Oct. 29 
Oct. 30 


University 
Plainview 


Bruce C. Little 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Ernest Holt 


1969 


Oct. 28 
Oct. 29 


Yates Baptist 
Gorman Baptist 


Bruce C. Little 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Julian Motley 


1970 


Oct. 27 
Oct. 28 


Parkview 
Faith 


Ned L. Mathews 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


R. F. Smith, Jr. 


1971 


Oct. 25 
Oct. 26 


Edgemont 
Grey Stone 


Ned L. Mathews 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Crate Jones 


1972 


Oct. 23 
Oct. 24 


Angier Avenue 
Mt. Moriah 


John Clayton 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Warren Kerr 


1973 


Oct. 29 
Oct. 30 


Parkwood 
Rose of Sharon 


John Clayton 


Harrell 


B. 


Perry 


Henry Turlington 



MEMBERS DECEASED DURING THE YEAR 



Angier Avenue: Mrs. Nettie Allen, Mrs. Lettie Bailey, Mrs. Ida Bouchette, Mr. 
Eddie Briggs, Mr Gordon Cash, Mrs. J. N. Cheek, Mr. Ralph Ferrell, Mr. Jimmy 
Fonville, Mr. Paul Griffith, Mr. William L. Norden, Sr., Mr. Victor Overton, 
Miss Evelyn Ross, Mrs. Elsie Stell, Mrs. Lillah Watts, Mr. David Winters. 

Bells: Mr. J. T. Mills 

Bethesda: Mr. Clyde Ellis, Mr. Robert Kelly, Mr. Ennis King, Mrs. Wm. C. Green, 
Mrs. Vernon Parish. 

Braggtown: Mr. Everette Daniel, Mrs. Ernest Parrish, Mrs. B. B. Bowling, Sr., 
Mrs. R. A. Suggs, Mrs. H. J. Melvin, Sr., Mr. Norman Winters, Mr. A. H. Woody, 
Mr. E. B. Byrd, Mrs. J. C. Winters. 

Calvary: Mr. I. N. Mitchell, Mrs. J. R. Joyner, Mr. Leonard Meeks. 

Carrboro: Mr. Walter McKnight, Mrs. Annie Womble, Mr. Winston Lacock, Mrs. Sue 
English. 

Cedar Fork: Mr. Warren Markham, Mr. Dennis Couch, Mr. Junius Sander ° Deacon. 
Cheek Heights: Mr. Vance Seals, Mr. N. L. Eudy, Mr. H. O. Watson. 
Cresset: Mr. Boyd Brogden, Deacon. 

Durham Memorial:Mr. Herman Todd, Mr. William Pope, Mrs. J. N. Eubanks, Mrs. 

Mabel Watkins, Mr. Clyde Wicker, Mr. Randy Davis. 
Ebenezer: Mrs.Lessie Morris, Mr. Herman Gates, Mrs. Marie Council. 
Edgemont: Mrs. Bessie Gates, Mr. Leslie Chambliss, Mrs. Annie Melvin, Mrs. 

Wilma Motley, Mr. Walter Parrish, Mrs. A. D. Spain. 
Ephesus: Mr. R. E. Daniel 
Faith: Mrs. Mattie Kelley. 
Fieldcrest: Mr. Ronnie Mitchell. 

First: Mrs. W. H. Averette, Mrs. Frances Brogden, Mrs. W. G. Burnett, Marvin Byrd, 
M. B. Byrd, Mrs. Mildred Caviness, R. A. Cherry, Miss Louise Goley, Seth 
Edwards, C. B. Ferrington, Jimmv Fields, Mrs. W. H. Green, Mrs. Marv Grin- 
stead, M. G. Hall, H. F. Hamilton, Mrs. C. B. Hobgood, Mrs. J.M. Hurt, W. R. 
Laxton, Mrs. J. M. Lorbacher, Mrs. H. L. Minor, Lex O'Briant, C.F. Ponty, J. T. 
Ragan. Mrs. Z. B. Roberts, H. C. Sprinkle, Mrs. V. C. Taylor, Mrs. C. R. Tilley, 
T. C. Young. 

Gorman: Mrs. J. D. Naillon, Sr., Mrs. Pearl Husketh, Mrs. Johnnie Wall, Mr. E. B. 
Murray, Mr. Thomas Chappel. 

Grace: Mrs. Joe Adcock, Mrs. Grace Cobb, Mr. J. A. Daniels, Mr. Fred Davis, 
Miss Margaret Duncan, Mrs. G. A. Ellis, Mrs. B. N. Goodwin, Mr. John B. John- 
son, Mr. J. K. Roycroft, Mrs. C. A. Wallace, Mr. D. O. Waller, Mr. J. W. Weather- 

ly. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. Dora Agner, Mrs. Nettie Arnold, Mr. S. S. Arnold, Mrs. Phillip 
Barnes, Mrs. Pauline Barrett, Mr. P. G. Bryant, Sr., Mr. Luther Cannada, Mr, 
James Gates. 



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Guess Road: Mrs. Waylon Jones, Mr. J. T. Hargis, Mrs. Lula Bullock, Mr. John 

Michael, Jr., Mrs. Margie Hicks. 
Holloway Street: Mr. M. E. Black, Mr. W. T. Byrd, Mr. Moody L. Simmons 
Homestead Heights: Mr. O. V. Garris, Deacon. 
Hope Valley: Mr. Eva Craig, Mr. Grady Mason. 

Immanuel: Mrs. Pearl Whitaker, Mr. Rufus Ball, Mr. Bobby Eudy, Mr. Clyde Eudy, 
Mrs. Gladys Cannada, Mrs. Mildred Watkins, Nancy Jeffries, Mrs. Daisy Moore, 
Mr. Melvin Carthen, Mrs. Flora Wagoner, Mr. Vernon Rigsbee, Mr. Billy Hopkins. 

Lakewood: Mrs. S. E. Rochelle, Mr. J. Nelson Clark = Deacon, Mr. Lacy Lloyd, 
Mrs. Tom Phipps, Mrs. Tom Barbee, Mrs. Bert O'Kelly. 

Lowe's Grove: Mr. James N. High, Mr. 0. L. Pickard, Mr. Jeter Green, Mr. Law= 
rence Blalock, Mr. Perry Rich, Mrs. Cara Oakley, Mr. P. Y. Sawyer, Sr. 

Lystra: Mr. John Hatley, Mrs. Harrison Hunt, Mr. Paul Sturdivant, Mr. Carney E. 
Williams. 

Mt. Carmel: Mr. Paul E. Johnson - Deacon, Mrs. Louise W. Sparrow (Ethel), Mrs. 

Eunice R. Webster. 
Mt. Gilead: Mrs. Maggie Lassiter. 

Mt. Hermon: Mrs. Anna Barbee, Mrs. Helen Hicks, Mr. Norman Wagstaff. 
Mt. Moriah: Mrs. Cornelia Jacobs, Mrs. Cornelia Perry, Mr. Dallas Crabtree. 
Mt. Pisgah: Mrs. Leonie Yates, Mr. Ira Green 

Olive Branch: Mrs. Myrtle Nance, Mr. Frank Sanders, Mrs. Kate Chandler, Mrs. 

Vera Chandler, Mr. G. L. Linker. 
Park View: Mr. Colas Edwards, Mr. Baxter Purvis. 
Plainview: Mrs. Etha Bullock, Mrs. Joan Fletcher, Mrs. Annie Taylor. 
Pleasant Hill: Mr. Dewey Thomas, Mr. Ronald Stone, Mr. Thomas - Deacon. 
Red Mountain: Mrs. Lela Bowen, Mr. Ulys Blalock, Mr. Brodie Oakley, Mr. G. L. 

Jeffries, Mrs. Lillie Duncan. 
Temple: Mrs. Ruby Roberson, Mrs. W, R. O'Briant, Mr. J. Fred Christian, Sr., Mr. 

John Mangum, Mr. W. M. Henry, Mrs. A. P. Gates, Mr. C. R. Vickers, Mr. James 

Haithcock, Mrs. S. T. Scott, Mr. R. B. Wilkinson. 
Trinity: Mr. R. L. Tilley, Mr. Glenn McCullen. 
University: Mrs. I. W. Rose, Mrs. J. C. Williams. 

Watts Street: Dr. Charles Philpott, Mr. El wood Home, Mr. Y. C. Bailey, Mr. 

Ernest C. Hester, Sr., Mrs. John M. Cheek, Sr., Miss Hester Sue Council, Mr. 

Eric L. Tilley, Miss Charlotte McClees. 
Yates Baptist: Mr. Tom Pickett, Mr. Robert Garrett, Mr. Crutchfield, Mr. B. C. 

Gregory, Mr. B. Ray Olive, Mrs. Euda Bargee, Mrs. Flora Moses. 



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CHURCH DIRECTORY 
Minister of Music or Music Director 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Angler Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Bragg town 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

HoUowa.y Street 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 

Lystra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
ParK View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Pleasant Hill 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Westwood 
Yates 



Philip Hall 

Mrs. Eustace Horton 

Mrs. Mack L. Vickers, 

Hugh O'Shields 

Philip Duncan 

Mrs. Fred Blackwood 

Mrs. Phillip Whitaker 

Mrs. Dennis Couch 

Kenneth Kelly 

Mrs. Shelby Mathews 

John T. Laverty 

Mrs. Fred Howerton 

Mrs. Ernest Ferrell 

D. Brent Sandy Route 



627 Mimosa Street, Durham, 
Route 3, Apex, 
Jr. Route 3, Box 116, Durham, 
109 E. Maynard Road, Gary, 
5132 Kenwood Road, Durham, 
130 Wilkins Drive, Durham, 
102 Melba Circle, Chapel Hill, 
Route 1, Morrisville, 
Greensboro 
2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham, 
1006 North Street, Durham, 
120 S. Guthrie Avenue, Durham, 
Route 2, Box 422-A, Durham, 
3, Colonial Hills, Hillsborough, 



Mrs. George Fletcher 613 Mineral Springs Rd., Durham, 



Mrs. Marvin Byrd 
Steven D. Austin 
Denny Turner 
George F. Archer 
David R. Pierceall 
R. Dudley Penton 
None 

Bruce J. Benton, Jr. 
Mrs. David Bell 
C. Edward Johnson 
Mrs. Wayne Cutrell 
Donald E. Parrish 
Mrs. Freddie Merritt 
Mrs. Johnny Hearne 
Mrs. Carlton Couch 
Mrs. Linwood Crabtree 
Mrs. Odell Yates 
None 

Mrs. J. R. Tilley 
Mrs. Louise Hunter 
Mrs. Norma Mauney 
John Jones 
None 

A. M. Hall, Jr. 
Grady W. Oakley 
Edward Bishop 
A. Lewis Martin 



3403 Summerlin Road, Durham, 
3307 E. Geer Street, Durham, 
1103 Raynor Street, Durham, 
3612 Rivermont Road, Durham, 
3106 Guess Road, Durham, 
2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 



5523 Garrett Road, Durham, 
947 Lambeth Circle, Durham, 
1716 James Street, Durham, 
108 Fozcroft Lane, Durham, 
Route 3, Chapel Hill, 
Dogwood Drive, Chapel Hill, 
Route 1, Box 36-A5, Pittsboro, 
4813 West Hills Drive, Durham, 
Route 7, Erwin Road, Durham, 
Route 3, Apex, 

Route 6, Box 486, Durham, 
2101 Ruffin Street, Durham, 
Box 2182, SETS, Wake Forest, 
Route 6, Box 50, Durham, 

Route 1, Box 406, Bahama, 
4907 Seterra Point, Durham, 
6411 Whitt Road, Durham, 
2008^2 Ward Street, Durham, 



27703 
27502 
27707 
27511 
27704 
27703 
27514 
27560 

27705 
27701 
27703 
27705 
27278 

27703 
27704 
27704 
27703 
27705 
27705 
27703 

27707 

27705 

27707 

27707 

27514 

27514 

27312 

27705 

27707 

27502 

27703 
27704 
27587 
27703 

27503 
27705 
27705 
27707 



Lee Orr 117 North Hampton Plaza. Chapel Hill. 27514 

Miss Belvie Douglas 110 Blackwood Drive, Durham, 27510 





Associate or Ass 


jistant Pastor 


Church 


Name 


Address 


Carrboro 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 
Faith 
Gorman 
Grey Stone 
Lowe's Grove 
Parkwood 
Temple 


Johnny Ross 
Kenneth Kelly 
Robert D. Weatherly 
A. Wayne Cook 
Steven D. Austin 
William T. Brogden 
George C. Scruggs 
Paul Mauney 
M. Clay Warf 


Route 3, Box 121, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Greensboro 
3625 Randolph Road, Durham, 27705 
3403 Cheek Road, Durham, 27704 
3307 E. Geer Street, Durham, 27704 
2109 Perishing Street, Durham, 27705 
Route 4, Box 19. Durham, 27703 
Box 2182, SBTS, Wake Forest, 275 87 
1204 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27704 



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University 
Watts Street 



Gene Jester 
Hugh L. Dukes, Jr. 



100 S. Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, 27514 
P. 0. Box 3057, 



Mission Pastors 



Church 



Name 



Address 



First 



J. Thad Ashley 



Ministers of Education 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Durham Memorial Miss Nancy Hildebran 123 Mineral Sprgs. Rd., Durham, 27703 

Gorman Steven D. Austin 3307 E. Geer Street, Durham, 27704 

Grace C. Douglas West 2613 Ferrand Drive, Durham, 27705 

Grey Stone William E. Kissiah 2808 Croasdaile Dr. S-5, Durham, 27705 

Guess Road David R. Pierceall 3106 Guess Road, Durham, 27705 

HoUoway Street R. Dudley Penton 2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 27703 

Lowe* s Grove George C. Scruggs Route 4, Box 19. Durham, 27703 

Park View Miss Gloria Kimball 1800 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

Ridgecrest Grady W. Oakley 4907 Seterra Point, Durham, 27705 

Temple M. Clay Warf 1204 Ruffin Street, Durham, 27701 

University Gene Jester 100 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Plugh L. Dukes, Jr. P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 



Youth Directors 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Braggtown 

Calvary 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Faith 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 

Lystra 

Mount Mori ah 

Mount Pisgah 

Park View 

Parkwood 

Plainview 

Pleasant Hill 

Ridgecrest 

Temple 

University 

Westwood 

Watts Street 



Philip Duncan 
Mrs. Fred Blackwood 
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Conner 
Robert D. Weatherly 
Miss Bobbi Welch 
Miss Nancy Hildebran 
A. Wayne Cook 
Steven D. Austin 
Denny Turner 
George F. Archer 
David R. Pierceall 
R. Dudley Penton 
Mrs. A. T. Hall 
Rusty Seal 
C. Edward Johnson 
George C. Scruggs 
Re. and Mrs. Leon Cheek 
Miss Wanda Carroll 
Bob Hudson 
Miss Gloria Kimball 
Paul Mauney 
John Jones 
Mrs. Julian Thomas 
Grady W. Oakley 
M. Clay Warf 



5132 Kenwood Road, Durham, 
130 Wilkins Drive, Durham, 
Route 5, Creech Road, Durham, 
3625 Randolph Road, Durham, 
414 Cleveland Street, Durham, 
123 Mineral Sprgs. Rd., Durham, 
3403 Cheek Road, Durham, 
3307 E. Geer Street, Durham, 
1103 Raynor Street, Durham. 
3612 Rivermont Road, Durham, 
3106 Guess Road, Durham, 
2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 
Route 3, Box 60-A, Durham, 
1014 Burke Avenue, Durham, 
1716 James Street, Durham, 
Route 4, Box 19, Durham, 
Route 3, Chapel Hill, 
4814 Erwin Road, Durham, 
Route 3, Apex, 
1800 Ruffin Street, Durham, 
Box 2182, SBTS, Wake Forest, 
Route 6, Boxx50, Durham, 
Route 3, Pittsboro, 
4907 Seterra Point. Durham, 



1204 Ruffin Street, Durham, 
Gene Jester 100 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, 
Miss Margaret Buchanan 1103 Iredell Street, Durham, 
Hugh L. Dukes, Jr. P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 



27704 

277 

27704 

27705 

27702 

27703 

27704 

27704 

27703 

27704 

27705 

27703 

27707 

27707 

27707 

27703 

27514 

27705 

27502 

27701 

27587 

27703 

27312 

27705 

27701 

27514 

27705 

27705 



Church Secretaries 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 



Mrs. Allen D. Austin, 

Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr. 

Mrs. Betty Lamb 

Mrs. H. E. Wilkinson 

Mrs. Ralph Faulkner 

Mrs. Donald Armstrong 

Mrs. Sarah Smith 

Mrs. Eleanor Weatherly 



Jr. 121 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham, 27703 
Route 3, Apex, 27502 
1107 Park Avenue, Durham, 27703 
3706 Turpentine Street, Durham, 27704 
3224 Rowena Avenue, Durham, 27703 
913 Emory Drive, Chapel Hill, 27514 
2611 Wedgpdale Street, Durham, 27703 
3625 Ranaolph Road, Durham, 27705 



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Durham Memorial 

Edgemont 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 

Lystra 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Temple 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 



Mrs. R. T. Foushe 
Miss Brenda Coffield 
Mrs. Charles Glasgow 
Mrs. Roger DeHart 
Mrs. R. J. Thornton 
Mrs. J. H. Royal 
Miss Louise Garrard 
Mrs. Dudley Pen ton 
Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford 
Mrs. Lessie Noell 



109 N. Joyland Avenue, Durham, 
806 Carolina Street, Durham, 
14 Fletchers Terrace, Durham, 
2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, 
Route 1, Box 13, Bahama, 
4510 Cheshire Court, Durham, 
1306 H Leon Street, Durham, 
826 Hardee Street, Durham, 
1108 Raynor Street, Durham, 
4415 Holt School Road, Durham, 



Mrs, C. F. Boykin, Jr. 18 Braddock Circle, Durham, 
Mrs. E. C. Cannon 3721 Cambridge Road, Durham, 
Mrs. Ben Berry Route 7, Mount Moriah Road, Durham, 



Mrs. James Barringer 
Mrs. J. Bunn Riggsbee 
Mrs. Wayland Godwin, 
Mrs. Paul L. Weaver 
Arthur 0. Yates 
Mrs. Charles Gardner 



Route 3, Box 79, Durham. 
Route 3, Chapel Hill, 
Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill. 
Route 7, Erwin Road, Durham, 
Route 3, Apex, 
211 Olive Branch Road, Durham, 



Mrs. Deanna Yearwood 2622 Newquay Street, Durham, 
Mrs. Ida Price 5329 Revere Road, Durham, 

Miss Jackie Jenks Route 5, Box 298, Durham, 

Miss Vangie M. Horton G-2C University Apts., Durham, 
Mrs. Lorraine Blanton 100 S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill, 
Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 

Mrs. Joe Burton 4108 Pavillion Place, Durham, 



27703 
27705 
27704 
27704 
27503 
27705 
27705 
27703 
27703 
27704 
27707 
27705 
27707 
27707 
27514 
27514 
27705 
27502 
27703 
27705 
27707 
27704 
27701 
27514 
27705 
27707 



Organists or Pianists 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
□live Branch 

Page Road 



Mrs. D. T. Jones 
Mrs. Clarence Goodwin 
Mrs. Ralph Ellis 
Mrs. Tommy Thomas 
Barry Teasley 
Mrs. Fred Blackwood 
Mrs. Johnny Ross 
Miss Edythe Gfeen 
Mrs. Elma Warren 
Mrs. Miriam Davis 
John T. Laverty 
Mrs. Cecil Vaughn 
Mrs. Lois Harder 
Mrs. C.R. Pickett 
Mrs. Paul Shambly 
Miss Tara Norris 
Mrs. L. S. Thomerson 
Miss Mary Ruth Laverty 
Mrs. Phillip Hartung 
Miss Peggy Clayton 
Mrs. George W. Browning 



1506 Dexter Street, Durham, 
Route 2, Apex, 
Route 7. Box 390, Durham, 
1717^/2 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, 
8-C Triangle Apts., Durham, 
130 Wilkins Drive, Durham, 
Route 3, Box 121, Chapel Hill, 
Route 1, Morrisville, 
2811 University Drive, Durham, 
3905 Garrett Road, Durham, 
1006 North Street, Durham, 
2522 Holloway Street, Durham, 
P. O. Box 272, Hillsborough, 
Route 7, Box 199, Durham, 
2003 Medallion Drive, Durham, 
Norris Circle, Durham, 
Route 5, Box 439, Durham, 
1006 North Street, Durham, 
225 Landsbury Drive, Durham, 
2715 Carver Street, Durhan, 
4424 Ryan Street, Durham 



Mrs. Robert Helms 
Mrs. M. R. Pridgen 
Mrs. David Bell 
Mrs. J. Cecil Howard 
Mrs. Roger King 
John S. Oldham 
Mrs. Kenneth Vickers 
Mrs. Auburn Tripp 
Mrs. Carlton Couch 
Mrs. Clyde Carroll, Jr. 
Miss Diane Goodwin 



Route 1, Box 272-D, Hillsborough, 
3923 Swarthmore Road, Durham, 
947 Lambeth Circle, Durham, 
1408 James Street, Durham, 
3800 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 
Route 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill, 
Route 7, Chapel Hill, 
Siler City Road, Pittsboro, 
4813 West Hills Drive, Durham, 
4814 Erwin Road, Durham, 
Route 3, Apex, 



Miss Velma Sherron 

Route 6, Box 528, Sherron Road, Durham, 
Mrs. J. R. Tilley Route 6, Box 486, Durham, 



87704 

27502 

27707 

27703 

27701 

277 

27514 

27 560 

27707 

27707 

27701 

27703 

27278 

27707 

27704 

27704 

27704 

27701 

27707 

27705 

27704 

27278 

27707 

27705 

27707 

27707 

27514 

275 14 

27312 

27705 

27707 

27502 

27703 
27703 



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i 



Park View 
Parkwood 
Plain view 
Pleasant Hill 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 



Mrs. Billie White 

Mrs. Juanita Pate 

Mrs. Vivian Royster 

Miss Vicky Thomas 

Mrs. Sidney Ellis 

Elizabeth M. Oakley 

Mrs. James Milton Belcher 



2513 Wilbon Street, Durham, 27704 
5509 Pelham Road, Durham, 27707 
2107 Club Blvd., Durham, 27704 
Route 3, Pittsboro, 27312 
Route 2, Rougemont, 27572 
4907 Seterra Point, Durham, 27705 
Rt. 2, Guess Rd., Durham, 27705 



Miss Vangie M. Horton G-2C, University Apts., Durham, 27701 



Mrs. Robert Culton 
E. Kenneth Harrell 
Mrs. L. E. Stallings 



Lakeshore Drive, Chapel Hill, 27514 
P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
4422 Ryan Street, Durham, 27704 



Sunday School Directors 



Church 



Name 



Address 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 

Lystra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 

Pleasant Hill 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 



I. F. Rowland 
B. L. Mason, Jr. 
Ronald Hayes 
Tommy Kerr 
Elwood Bullock 
Billy Joe Creech 
vVard Setzer 

Route 6, Box 
Hubert C. Green 
Horace Adcock 
Francis Sullivan 
E.T. Newton, Jr. 
Lewis Teasley 
Robert Riley 



204 Raynor Street, Durham, 27703 
Route 3, Apex, 27502 
Route 3, Box 304, Durham, 27707 
341 Bandock Drive, Durham, 27703 
4309 Newby Drive, Durham, 27704 
1001 S. Mineral Sprgs.Rd., Durham, 27703 

284, Hillside Estates, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Route 1, Mornsville, 27 560 
2517 Ardsley Drive, Durham, 27704 
3424 Angus Road, Durham, 27705 
406 Englewood Avenue, Durham, 27701 
3303 Holloway Street, Durham, 27703 
Route 1, Durham, 27705 



23 Faith Drive, Durham, 
2918 Davie Drive, Durham, 
Route 5, Box 177, Durham, 
3128 Gibson Road, Durham, 
1009 Dacian Avenue, Durham, 
3130 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, 
2709 Independence Avenue, Durham, 
Route 8, Box 136-A, Durham, 
Route 3, Box 60=A, Durham, 
2619 Lombard Street, Durham, 
1712 Bedford Street, Durham, 
3934 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, 
Route 3, Chapel Hill, 
Route 7, Chapel Hill, 
Route 1, Box 207-C, Pittsboro, 
William G. Clayton 5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham, 



J. H. Tucker 
W. R. Riley, Jr. 
E. H. Denny 

D. W. Porterfield 

E. B. Honeycutt 
Charlie L. Garden 
R. Dudley Penton 
Fred Wilder 

A. T. Hall 
Johnny Teague 
M. W. Lynam 
Frank Shipp 
Hubert Oakley, Jr. 
Martin Sparrow 
Marvin T. Davis 



Route 7, Erwin Road, Durham, 
Route 3, Durham, 
Wake Forest Highway, Durham, 
628 Lynn Road, Durham, 
312 Greenwood Drive, Durham, 
1609 Euclid Road, Durham, 



Thomas L. Dixon 
J. E. Booth 
George Ray Route 
W. E. Stinnett 
Hubert McDonald 
James Blake 
James F. Johnson 

Route 6, Box 548-H, Sherron Road, Durham, 
Mrs. Judy Parrish Route 3, Pittsboro, 

Harold Bowen Rougemont, 
Onzlow Painter Route 8, Box 225, Durham, 

Boyd Browning 3125 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, 
Mrs. Robert G. Dunnagan 3318 Mossdale Ave., Durham, 



27704 

27704 

27704 

27703 

27701 

27705 

27704 

27704 

27707 

27705 

27707 

27707 

27 514 

27514 

1/312 

27705 

27707 

27707 

27703 

27703 

27704 

27707 

27703 
27312 
27572 
27704 
27705 
27707 



Harold Smith 
Hugh L. Dukes, Jr. 



744 Tinkerbell Road, Chapel Hill, 27514 
P. O. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 



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Westwood 


Mrs. Dan Powell 


2518 Landis Drive, Durham, 27705 


Yates 






Training Union Directors 


Church 


Name 


Address 


Angier Avenue 


Miss Ruby Lee Tyndall 






110 N. Hyde Park Avenue, Durham, 27703 


Bells 


Mrs. Henry Clayton 


Route 2, Apex, 27502 


Berea 


K. B. Tripp 


Route 2, Box 115-A, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Bethesda 


Eugene Floyd 


4607 Holloman Road, Durham, 27703 


Braggtown 


None 




Calvary 


Ralph Faulkner 


3224 Rowena Avenue, Durham, 27703 


Carrboro 


None 




Cedar Fork 


Mrs. J. E. Sanders 


Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 


Cheek Heights 


None 




Cresset 


None 




Durham Memorial 


Gerald Lawson 


324 Olive Branch Road, Durham, 27703 


Edgemont 


None 




Ephesus 


Mrs. R. L. Basset 


Route 7, Box 247-A, Durham. 27707 


Faith 


None 




Fieldcrest 


Thomas C. Ellis 


2116 Camden Road, Durham, 27704 


First 


Floyd Rhodes 


3305 Dixon Road, Durham, 27707 


Gorman 


W. H. Sparrow 


3320 Clark Road, Durham, 27704 


Grace 


C. Douglas West 


1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham. 27701 




W. Ed Kissiah 


Box 2686, Durham, 27705 


Guess Road 


Dewitt Cash 


Box 6081 Duke Station, Durham, 27706 


Holloway Street 


Richard P. Hester 


2527 Ross Road, Durham. 27703 


Homestead Heights 


None 




Hope Valley 


None 




Immanuel 


None 




Lakewood 


None 




Lowe's Grove 


Miss Nannie Mae Herndon Route 3, Box 154, Durham, 27707 


Lvstra 


None 




Mount Carmel 


None 




Mount Gilead 


None 




Mount Hermon 


Mrs. W. A. Godwin 


Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Mount Moriah 


None 


Mount Pisgah 


None 




Olive Branch 


John Ausley 


Route 6, Box 343, Durham 27703 


Page Road 


Mrs. R. E. Hudson 


4511 Holloman Road, Durham, 27703 


Park View 


Charles Grog an 


1310 Open Air Camp Road, Durham, 27705 


Parkwood 


Mrs. Eugene Pate 


B513 Pelham Road, Durham, 27707 


Plainview 


Arthur Jenks 


Route 5, Box 298, Durham, 27704 


Red Mountain 


Warren Page 


2612 Ross Road, Durham. 27703 


Ridgecrest 


Thomas Maples 


402 Sandlewood Drive, Durham, 27704 


Rose of Sharon 


None 




Temple 


None 




Trinity 


Mrs. Charles E. Owens 2205 Eastwood Drive, Durham, 27703 


University 


Rev. Gene Jester 


Box 508, Chapel Hill, 27514 


Watts Street 


Rev. Hugh L. Dukes, Jr. Box 3057, Durham, 27 7 05 


Westwood 


Norman Williams 


5108 Gatewood Drive, Durham, 27705 


Yates 


None 





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Total church debt at 
end of this associa- 
tional year 



Value of church prop- 
erty including 
pastor's home 



Value of pastor's 
home if owned by the 
church 



No. members lost to 
non-Baptist Churches 



No. members received 
from non-Baptist 
Churches 



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INDEX 



Associate or Assistant Pastors 48 

Associational Board Members 4 

Associational Board Report 33 

Associational Church Library (TACLO) " 6 

Associational Officers Organization 5 

Auditor's Report 43 

Budget 31 

Calendar of Activities 8 

Camp Committee Report 42 

Church Directory 48 

Church Secretaries 49 

Church Training Report 37 

Committees 6 

Constitution 13 

Constitution Committee Feport 34 

Deacons' Committee Report 37 

Directory of Association 3 

Enrolment of Messengers 10 

Evangelism Report 41 

Financial Statement 43 

Foundation Report 41 

Future Development Report 38 

Historical Table 45 

History of First Baptist Church 25 

History of Mount Hermon Baptist Church 26 

History of Yates Baptist Association 28 

Ministers of Music or Music Directors 48 

Mission Pastors 49 

Missions Committee Report 39 

Music Council 5 

Music Council Report 36 

Ordinations Committee Report 40 

Organists 50 

Our Beloved Dead 46 

Pastors Registered 12 

Personal Christian Development 5 

Pianists 50 

Proceedings 18 

Program 19 

Prospectus 42 

Public Service Programming 42 

Radio & TV Committee Report 42 

Report Section 25 

Social Ministries Report 35 

Statistical Tables 53 

Student Work Report 40 

Sunday School Directors 51 

Sunday School Report 35 

Training Union Directors 52 

Visitors Registered 12 

Woman's Missionary Union 15 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 38 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 45 

Youth Advisory Report 37 

Youth Directors 49 

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NOTES 



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THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




TWENTY- SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1974 



THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




TWENTY- SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1974 



Held with Lowe's Grove Baptist Church, Durham, 
Monday, October 28, 1974; Braggtown Baptist Church, 
Durham, and Lakewood Baptii^t Church, Durham, 
Tuesday, October 29, 1974. 

Next session to be held with Trinity Baptist Church, 
Monday night, October 27, 1975; Bethesda Baptist 
Church, Tuesday morning, October 28, and Durham Me- 
morial Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, 
October 28, 1975. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Directory of the Association 3 

Calendar of Activities 8 

Enrolment of Messengers .10 

Constitution 12 

Proceedings of Annual Session 18 

Historical Table 40 

Our Beloved Dead 41 

Church Directory , 43 

Statistical Reports .48 

Index » , 66 



DIRECTORY OF ASSOCIATION 
1974 - 1975 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Officers 



Moderator - Dr. Robert M. Winecoff 383-1454 

Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, 27705 
Vice Moderator - 

Clerk - Harrell B. Perry 489-5582 

204 Pineview Road, Durham 27707 
Treasurer - Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Auditor - Frank Nelson 688-6488 

1519 Ruffin Street, Durham 27701 



General Board Members of Baptist State Convention 

J. B. Buchanan, 1517 Clermont Road, Durham 27707 
Rollin Burhans, 4305 Berini Drive, Durham 27705 
0. C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 



Paid Employees 



Superintendent - Rev. Hubert S. Mumford 489-3396 

2821 Chapel HiH Road. Durham 27707 
Office Assistant - Mrs. J. W. Warren 477-3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
Secretary - Mrs. Dallas Norris 477-5551 

2002 Woodland Drive, Durham 27704 
Secretary - Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Chapel HiH 27514 



Camp Caretakers - Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Funderburk . 596-6689 
Rt. 6, Box 181A, Durham 27705 



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ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS 



The Associational Board consists of the officers of the Association, leaders of the Sunday 
School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, the chairman of 
each Standing Committee, the Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay 
members from each cooperating church. The members of the State General Board from our 
Association and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke University and the University of North 
Carolina shall be invited to sit with the Associational Board in an advisory capacity. 
Listed below are the lay members elected by the churches. 

Church Names Addresses 



Angler Avenue J. Preston Hall 

Paul E. Watkins 
Bells Clinton Copeland 

Mrs. Clinton Copeland 
Berea Ralph Ellis 

Mrs. Ralph Ellis 
Bethesda Robert G. Grigston 

Mrs. Robert G. Grigston 
Braggtown Ray D. Alders on 

R. D. Holleman 
Calvary Mrs. Emma Daniels 

Everett Boone 

Carboro 



627 Mimosa Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 

2424 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Route 2, Apex, N. C. 27502 

Route 2, Apex, N, C. 27502 

Rt. 7, Box 390, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt. 7, Box 390, Durham, N. C. 27707 

2506 Glover Rd., Durham, N. C. 27703 

2506 Glover Rd., Durham. N. C. 27703 

Box 8022, Durham, N. C. 27704 

1514 Hermitage Court, Durham, N. C. 27707 

610 Lynn Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

606 Midway Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 



Cedar Fork W. C. Colclough 

W. R. Beasley 
Cheek Heights Horace Adcock 

Richard Delionbach 
Cresset Ted Dale 

V. A. Shore 
Durham Memorial W. Exie Andrews 

Roy Watson 
Edgemont B. F, Denning 

G. H. Dickers on 
Ephesus Arnold W. Capps 

Robert K. Witherspoon 
Faith J. D. Lee 

Doug Pope 
Fieldcrest Tom C. Ellis 

D. L. Hardin 
First John Clayton 

Ellis Thomas 
Gorman C. E. Cope 

R. L. Emorv. Sr. 
D. W. Porterfield 



Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Stree 
Homestead He 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 



E. B. Honeycutt 
Mrs. John Freeman 
Ervin Allison 
Don Wethington 
Mrs. Richard P. Hester 
Lucian Moody 
ghts Fred Wilder 
Harry C. Phares 
R. E. Daughtry 
J. L. Parrish 
Wilbur Evans 
Wallace Long 
Stewart Rigsbee 
Dwight Chamblee 
Mrs. Berlena Jester 
Frank Shipp 
Donald E. Parrish 
Hubert Oakley 
Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr. 
Mrs. S. T. Noell 
Roy Clark 
Marvin Davis 
Carlton King 
William Dorrity 
Troy Wilkins 
Robert Gooch 
Rufus Horton 
J. E. Booth 
Mrs . Alice Lipe 
George Ray 
T om Adcock 
W. E. Stinnett 
Eric O' Brian 
Carlton Harrell 
Bill Kirby 
Ellsworth Jones 
George Woods 



Rt. 1, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
Rt. 1, Morrisville, N.C. 27560 
2517 Ardsley Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
2522 Ferrell Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 
3912 Linden Terrace, Durham, N. C. 27705 
2905 Gretmar Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 
2706 Wedgedale Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 
2505 Ross Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
1912 Wallace St., Durham, N. C. 27707 
922 N. Mangum St., Durham, N. C. 27701 
3523 Sayward Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt, 7, Box 317, Durham, N. C, 27707 
3546 Cheek Road, Durham, N, C, 27704 
412 Belmont Avenue, Durham, N, C, 27703 
2116 Camden Ave., Durham, N. C, 27704 
2725 E. Geer St,, Durham, N. C. 27704 

1208 Evans Drive, Durham, N, C, 27705 
2631 Umstead Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

2522 Joyner Road. Durham, N. C. 27704 
3821 E, Geer St. , Durham. N. C, 27704 
3128 Gibson Road, Durham, N, C. 27703 

1009 Dacian Ave., Durham, N. C. 27701 
1436 Acadia St., Durham, N. C. 27701 
2704 Carver St,, Durham, N. C, 27705 
2204 Pike St,, Durham, N, C. 27707 
2527 Ross Road, Durham, N, C. 27703 

1209 Holloway St., Durham, N, C, 27701 
Rt. 8, Box 136-A, Durham, N. C. 27704 
2202 Soverign St,, Durham, N. C. 27705 
4117 King Charles Rd., Durham, N, C. 27707 
Rt, 3, Box 278, Durham, N. C. 27707 

2625 Kirk Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

3517 East Oak Drive, Durham, N. C, 27705 

1709 Wallace St,, Durham, N. C. 27707 

2313 Huron Circle, Durham, N. C. 27707 

1824 Jester Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

3934 S, Alston Ave., Durham, N. C, 27707 

Rt, 3, Box 222, Chapel Hill, N. C, 27514 

Rt, 3, Box 218, Chapel HiU, N, C. 27514 

Rt, 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Rt. 6, Box 215, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Rt. 3, Box 208-A, Pittsboro, N, C, 27312 

Rt, 1, Box 207-C, Pittsboro, N, C. 27312 

5323 Old Hillsborough Rd,, Durham, N. C. 27705 

2306 Gate Hill Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Rt. 1, Box 156, Durham, N. C. 27705 

2012 Wa Wa Ave., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Rt, 3, Box 254, Durham, N, C, 27707 

Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham, N. C. 27707 

3915 Wake Forest Road, Durham, N, C. 27703 

Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham, N. C. 27703 

2523 Rolling Pines Ave,, Durham, N. C. 27703 
628 Lynn Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Rt, 2, Bo\ 311-C, Durham, N. C, 27705 
410 Argonne Drive, Durham, N. C, 27704 
116 Oliver Lane, Durham, N. C. 27707 
125 Montclair Circle, Durham, N. C. 2770? 
2552 Ardsley Drive. Durham, N, C. 27704 



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Claude Pendergraft 
Red Mountain Ronnie Poole 

Clyde Walters 
Ridgecrest J. B. Cash 

Mrs. J. B. Cash 
Rose of Sharon William Garrard 

Rev. Preminto Chisenhall 
Temple D. R. Perrv 

E. L. Kerley, Jr. 
Trinity John Grouse 

Mrs. John Grouse 
University B. B. Sparrow 

Mrs. William Kyle 
Watts Street Hunter Kelly 

Roger Upchurch 
Westwood W. J. Peters 

Milton Roberson 
Yates B. D. Wheeler 

N. P. Terrell, Sr. 



Rt. 5, Box 721, Dirham, N. G 27704 

Rt. 2, Rougemont, N. C. 27572 

Hurdles Mill, N. G. 27541 

217 Midland Road, Durham, N. G. 27705 

217 Midland Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, N. G. 27705 

3126 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, N. G. 27705 

1120 Iredell St., Durham, N. C. 27705 

2808 Sparger Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

2006 Brooks Drive, Durham, N. G. 27703 

2006 Brooks Drive, Durham, N, G. 27703 

100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

104 Cedar St., Chapel Hill, N. G. 27514 

1302 Welcome Circle, Durham, N. G. 27705 

3206 Sprunt St., Durham, N. G. 27705 

607 Gandlewood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 

1406 Virginia Ave., Durham, N. G. 27705 

2525 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

2613 Legion Ave., Durham, N. G. 27707 



OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATIONAL ORGANIZATION 
, 1974 - 1975 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

General Director: Ed Kissiah. Box 26 86 , 27 7 5 (ch) 286 -22S1 

Younger Preschool Director: Mrs. Norman Gardner, 2123 So Hi Drive 03. .596-6407 
Older Preschool Director: Mrs. Gordon Chandler. 106 Stallings Rd. 03 . 596-697 1 
Younger Children's Director: Mrs. Harrell Perry, 204 Pineview Rd. 07 . 489-5582 
Older Children's Director: Mrs. L. D. Harward, Jr., 1814 Chandalley 05 477-8039 
Youth Director: Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154 27707 .... 544-1859 
Adult Director: Rev. Norman Gardner, 2123 So Hi Drive 27703 . . . (ch) 596-6407 

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONAL CHRISTIAN DEVELOPMENT 

Chairman: Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154 27707 544-1859 

WOMAN*S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director: Mrs. W. B. Harrill, 420 Idlewood St. 27703 596 3031 

Asst. Director: Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Morrisville 27 560 544-70 1 4 

Secretary: Miss Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St. 27705 477-;j652 

Program Director: Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Drive 27705 .... 383--3405 
Murdoch Mission Action Director: Mrs. V. J. Chance, 100 W. Markham Ave. 27701- 

688-3155 

Historian: Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 36 29 Hathaway Road 27707 489-7152 

Baptist Women Director: Mrs. Vernon B. Weaver, 3009 Sliannon Road 27707 - - - 

489-3925 

Assistant BW Director: Mrs. B. H. West, 3402 Rolling Hill Road 27705 . 489-3139 

BYW Director: Mrs. C. W. Clayton, 807 Demerius St. Apt. J"2 01 68 2 - 28.75 

Asst. BYW Director: Mrs. Henry E. Drane, E=12 British Woods Apts. 04. .477-1029 

Acteens Director: Mrs. Wade McFarland, Rt. 1, Box 26 5 27 7 5 38 3- 30 5 2 

Asst. Acteens Director: Mrs. Nellie Hatley, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 

Girls in Action Director: Miss Andrea King, 525 S. Miami Blvd. 27703... 596-4679 

Asst. GA Director: Miss Velma Sherron, Rt. 6, Box 528 27 7 3 596 - 56 9 2 

Mission Friends Director: Mrs. Wiley Newcomb, III, 405 Leon St. 27704. ..477-2593 
Asst. MF Director: Mrs. Elwood Bagwell, 224 Pineview Road 27707 . . 489-5402 
Group I Leader: Mrs. Paul A. Mitchell. 2606 Newport Drive 27705 .... 477-2403 
Group II Leader: Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr., Rt. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514 = - 

967-2552 

Group III Leader: Mrs. V. J. Chance, 100 W. Markham kvQ, 27701 .... 688-3155 

Group IV Leader: Mrs. Patrick Collins, Rt.l, Box 229, Morrisville 27560« 544-1824 

Chorister: To be appointed. 

Pianist: To be appointed 

Prayer Director: To be appointed. 

MUSIC COUNCIL 



Director: John T. Laverty, Box 11296 27703 , (ch) 596-6430 

Associate Director: George Archer, Box 8022 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

Ray Alderson, Box 8 2 2 27 7 4 (ch) 477-6440 

Steve Austin, 3315 E. Geer Street 27704 (ch) 682-3947 

Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate Street 27704 477-5134 



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Bruce Benton, 6623 Garrett Road 27707 489-4910 

Mrs. Jean Howerton, 114 N. Joyland Ave. 27703 596-5386 

Hugh O'Shields, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 (ch) 596-2441 

Mitch Simpson, 1016 Iredell Street 27705 286-4127 

Denny Turner, 1004 N. Manguin Street 27701 (ch) 688-6765 

THE ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH LIBRARY ORGANIZATION 
(TACLO) 

President: Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St. 27701 682-7154 

Vice President: Mrs. H. L. Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 596-2237 

Printed Material: Mrs. Gene Smith, 2218 Conestoga St. 27705 383-1996 

Mrs. 0. N. Yergan, 3710 Hulon Drive 27705 489-3804 

Audio Visuals: Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road 27 7 7 489 -350 9 

Charles Brinkley, 21 Faith Drive 27704 682-5995 

Secretary: Mrs. R. D. HoUeman, 1514 Hermitage Court 27707 489-3263 

COMMITTEES 
1974-1975 

Annual Meeting 

Dr. Richard Henderson, (Chm.) 414 Cleveland St. 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

Rev. Clell Gibson, Box 8022 27704 (ch) 477-6440 

Rev. Fred King, 1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 (ch) 688-6765 

Calendar 

Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr. (Chm.) Rt. 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514 . . 967-2552 

Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive 27705 383-2208 

Mrs. J. W. Warren. 223 Chateau Road 27707 477-3178 

Camp 

Rev. Patrick Collins, (Chm.) Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 . . . (ch) 544 -2493 

John Dildav, 305 Monticello Ave. 27707 489-0696 

Chris Hamiet, 917 Englewood Ave. 27701 682-3572 

George Archer, Box 2686 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

Harry Fowler, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 (ch) 596 -2441 

A. B. Stone, Jr., 2700 Bexley Drive 27707 489-6433 

Mel Luther, 414 Cleveland St. 27701 688-7308 

Christian Social Ministries 

Mrs. Robert Bailey, (Chm.) 1405 Arnette Ave. 27707 489-8783 

Stacv Covil, 1706 Euclid Road 27707 . 544-2369 

Ray Branch, 821 Nancy St. 27701 682-6292 

W. W. Sprouse, 504 Fairfield Road 27704 477-2916 

C. N. Beckwith, Jr. (Jack), 1616 Logan 27704 688-0149 

Mrs. James Harris, 1219 Clinton Road 27703 596-5185 

Bill B. Sparrow, 100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27 514 942-4025 

Milton Roberson, 1406 Virginia Ave. 27705 286-3428 

Constitution 

Bruce C. Little, (Chm.) , 3707 Esther Drive, 27703 . 596-7750 

Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3527 Hillsborough Road, 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

Rev. Winburn Davis, 1815 Glenn School Road, 27704 {ch^ 682-1248 

Deacons 

Roy Lowder, (Chm.) 1904 Guess Road 27705 (office) 286 -4491 

Virgil Riggsbee, 1721 Stage Road 27703 596-1172 

Wm. Worcester, 2609 Ferrand Drive 27705 ,38 3-3261 

Hugh Hicks, 609 Clavton Road 27703 596-3998 

Billy Judd. 5105 Green Oak Drive 27705 477-3528 

Evange lism 

Ellis Thomas, (Chm.) 2631 Umstead Road 27705 383-5116 

Rav Rogers, 2538 Fairlawn Road 27705 477-4255 

Richard Bruce. 4301 Berini Drive 27705 383-4667 

Rev. Jim Pitts, Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 942-1265 

Rev. Norman Gardner, 2 123 So Hi Drive 27703 (ch) 596-6407 

Finance 

G. T. Godwin, (Chm.) (75) 3318 S. Alston Ave. 27707 544-1840 



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Vance Fisher (76), 2113 Angier Ave. 27703 ..... 596-6160 

Herman Rhinehart (75), 1911 Front Street 27705 383-7170 

H. Brevard Brown (75), 611 Morreene Road 27705 383-2477 

Doyle Griffin (77), 4700 Ri Vermont Road 27705 383-5016 

Carl Wallace (77), 2713 Lawndale Ave. 27705 286-2375 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 27514 (Treasurer) 383 -4244 

Inter-Faith 

Rev. J. A. Fogleman, (Chm.) 4430 S. Alston i^ve. 27707 (ch) 544-1888 

Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Drive 27707 489-7152 

Rev. A. D. Frazier, Rt. 4, Box 327 27703 596-3968 

Mrs. B. H. West, 3402 Rolling Hills Road 27705 489^3139 

Rev. Robert McClernon, Box 3057 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

Missions 

Stewart Wallace, 614 Brookwood Drive 27707 489-7360 

Frank Ward, 1511 Ward St. 27707 . 489-9777 

John Deeds, III, 1804 Glendale Ave. 27701 682-6069 

Bill Kirby, 116 Oliver Lane 27707 544-1061 

Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2031 W. Club Blvd. 27705 (ch) 286-1593 

Elbert Hardee, Rt. 7, Pittsboro Road, Chapel Hill 27 514 942-3309 

Rev. Richard Shaw, P. O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 477-3657 

Nominations 

Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154 27707 544-1859 

Rev. Everette Smith, 2100 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (ch) 489-2537 

Dr. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St. 27701 682-7154 

Mrs. J. C. Crutchfield, 1423 Ruffin St. 27701 688-4892 

Ordinations 

Rev. Herman Goodin, (Chm.) Rt. 3, Box 229.C 27707 544-7455 

Rev. Nelson Chambers, 4109 Guess Road 27705 (ch) 477-3993 

Rev. James West, 1204 Lynn Road 27703 (ch) 596-2592 

Rev. Ned Mathews, 3024 Pickett Road 27705 (ch) 489-2655 

Rev. Dennis A. Wilson, Rt. 3, Apex 27 5 02 362 -6 09 

Place and Preacher 

W. T. Harris, (Chm.) 2610 Carver St. Ext. 27705 477-7067 

Rev. Malbert Smith, Jr., Box 268 6 27 7 5 (ch) 286-2281 

W. P. Wells, 2205 Wilson St. 27705 286-1810 

Resolutions 

Mrs. Norman Gardner. (Chm.) 2203 So Hi Drive 27703 596-6508 

Mrs. C. N. Royal, 2305 Glendale Ave. 27704 477-5930 

Mrs. Fred Lipe, 3915 Wake Forest Road 27703 596-6523 

Student Work 

Rev. Clay Warf, (Chm.) 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

Perry Norris, 1101 Iredell St. 27705 286-1120 

Dr. Henry Turlington, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27 514 (ch) 942-2157 

Rev. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

Mrs. Leland Williams, 27 29 Sevier St. 27705 489-8925 

Mrs. W. N. Upchurch, Jr., 1913 Glendale Ave. 27701 682-4955 

Chaplain, UNC, Bob Phillips, 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 .... 942-4266 
Chaplain, Duke, David May, Box 4752 Duke Station 27706 286-6097 

Trustees 

Jesse Cole, (Chm.) 2938 Chapel Hill Road 27707 489-1841 

J. V. Ingram, 2907 Ellis Road 27703 596-2391 

James Hutchins, 915 Lynn Road 27703 596-258.6 

Youth Advisory 

Miss Nancy Hildebran (Co-Chm.) 2703 Holloway St. 27703 (ch) 596-7350 

Denny Turner, (Co-Chm.) 1004 N. Mangum St. 27701 (ch) 688-6765 

Mrs. R. L. Bassett, Rt. 7, Box 247.A 27707 489-4951 

Joe Peterson, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

Miss Julie Pope, 412 Belmont Drive 27703 596-6823 



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Future Development 

Dr. Robert Bailey. (Chm.) 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 (ch) 688 -7397 

Rev. Jerreal Buchanan, 1517 Clermont Road 27707 (ch) 544-1347 

John Clayton. 1208 Evans Drive 27705 489-9514 

Rev. Julian Motley, 3315 E. Geer St. 27704 (ch) 688-3947 

Rev. Gerald Goodwin, 2703 Holloway St. 27703 (ch) 596-7350 

Prayer Retreats 

Rev. Stancil Baucom, (Chm.) Box 156, Carrboro 27510 (ch) 967-3056 

Rev. Bill Brogden, Box 2686 27705 (ch) 286 -2281 

Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Shopping Center Services 

Rev. Ernest Holt, (Chm.) 3102 Guess Road 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

Rev. Ray Cumbee, 4007 Holt School Road 27705 (ch) 477-3859 

1975 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES sored by Deacons Com. - 

JANUARY ^« ^ ^'.'^^ ^^""'^l • ^ . , 

.27 Regional Choir Festival - 

S M T W T F S Forest Hills, Raleigh 

2 3 4 28- 1 Missions & Ministries Work- 
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 " Seminary 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 MAprH 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 MAKt.H 
26 27 28 29 30 31 S M T W T F S 

1 New Years Day 1 
6 Ministers' Wives 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
6-10 Bible Study Week 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

12 Soul'Winning Commitment Day 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

13 Ministers' Conference 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
13 Assn. S. S. Adult Workers Clinic 30 31 

17 Sta^te Home Missions Teacher ^ ^^oir Fest. for Children - 

Training > Caraway , . vvp ^^?p^ "'u^ ''f,^ • 

21 Assn. Brotherhood Launch » ^ Week of Prayer, Home Missions 

Guess Road J World Day of Prayer 

26 Baptist Men's Day I . uT'^r. 'u'' ■ r , 

27 Assn. WMU Council ^ Metropolitan Missions Confer^ 

28 Assn. GA Home Missions Teach- „ a ^"^Vu u «, , u 

er Trainine ^ Assn. Church Library Workshop 
^ - Grey Stone 

FEBRUARY 9-16 Youth Week 
QMTu/TTTQ Ministers* Conference 

J> M r W 1 1- J> ^Q_^^ SS New Books School - Grey 

1 Stone 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11-12 State WMU Annual Session - 
9 10 11 12 13 14. 15 Charlotte 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 14 50th Anniv. Cooperative Pro- 
23 24 25 26 27 28 gram Rally, Region 4 - Oxford 

Ti . ,ir ij Ml- c J 15 Baptist Youth Night 

2 Baptist World Alliance Sunday State Workshop for Workers with 

3 Ministers Wives Exceptional Persons 

b- 5 State Evangelism & Bus Minis- ^r^_21 State Workshop for Workers with 
try - Greensboro Children in Church Training 

4 Assn. Craft Resource Workshop 21-22 State Baptist Youth Choir Fest 

for GA Leaders . Charlotte 

a 1. Surf P f''"'^''^ 21-22 State Pioneer RA Congress 

9-15 WMU Focus Week Winston Salem 

10 Ministers Conference faster 

11 Assn. Board Meeting - 

Park View APRIL 

14-16 State Marriage Enrichment Re- g M T W T F S 
treat 

15 Assn. Youth Happening 1 2 3 4 5 

16 Homes for Aging Day 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

18 "Together With Jesus" spon- 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 



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20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 

1 Region 4 Day Camp Workshop 

2 State PraiSing - Charlotte 

6 Adult Day in Sunday School 

7 Ministers' Wives 

7-11 Administering Weekday Early 
Education - Ridgecrest 

14 Ministers' Conference 
14-20 Jewish Fellowship Week 

15 Assn. WMU Annual Meeting - 

Temple 

17-19 Assn. Deacon Revival 

17- 19 Special Church Ministries & 

Training Workshop - 
Mundo Vista 

18- 19 State Handbell Festival ° 

Charlotte 
20 Cooperative Program Day 
22 Assn. VBS Clinic » Angier Ave. 
23-25 State SS Workshop for Special- 
ist in Pastor-Director Planning 

25 Assn. PraiSing with Mass 

Choirs 

25-26 Church Library Conf. - Ctarlotte 
25-27 State Acteens Conv. -Ridgecrest 

26 Assn. R. A. Track Meet 

29 Assn. GA Mother-Daughter Ban- 
quet 

MAY 

S M T W T F S 

12 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 3 31 

1 Pre-School & Children's Work- 
ers Conference - Braggtown 
4-11 Christian Home Week 

5 Ministers' Wives 

6 Assn. Wkshp. GA Day Camping 
8- 9 Children's Worship Workshop - 

Ri dgecrest 

10 Assn. Youth Happening 

11 Baptist Hospital Day (Mother's 

Day) 

12 Ministers' Conlerence 

12 First Assn. Preparation Day 

For Fall Lay Evangelism 
School - First Church 

13 Assn. Board Meeting - Hope 

Valley 

16-17 State RA Track Meet - Gardner- 
Webb 

30-31 Correctional Ministries Confer- 
ence - Wingate 

JUNE 

5 M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 



15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 

2 Ministers' Wives 

7 Assn. Man-Boy Fellowship 

8 Religious Libertv Sunday 

8- 9 WMU Annual Meeting - Miami 
Beach 

10-12 Southern Baptist Conv. - Miami 
Beach 

15 Baptist College (Father's) Day 

16 Ministers' Conference 

25-29 Nat'l. Acteens Celebration - 

Memphis, Tenn. 
29 Christian Citizenship Sunday 

JULY 

5 M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 

27 28 29 30 31 

7 Ministers' Wives 
8-13 Baptist World Alliance Con- 
gress - Stockholm, Sweden 
14 Ministers' Conference 

14 Second Assn. Preparation Day 

for Fall Lay Evangelism 
School 

29 Assn. Day Camp for GA's - 
Yates Camp 

AUGUST 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 
31 

4 Ministers* Wives 
11 Ministers' Conference 

15 Youth Evangelism Night - 

Greensboro 

16 Assn. Youth Happening 
24 On-to-CoUege Day 

SEPTEMBER 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 13: 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

28 29 30 

1 Labor Day 

5- 6 State Pastor & Deacon Chair= 
man Conference - Grey Stone 

5- 6 State Crusader RA Congress = 
Raleigh 



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8 Ministers' Wives 
8 Assn. Brotherhood Workshop - 
Grace 

13 Assn. Church Library Workshop 

- First Church 

15 Ministers* Conference 

15 Assn. WMU Leadership Confer- 

ence • Mt. Carmel 
15-17 State Church Growth Seminar - 
Wake Forest 

16 Assn. Board Meeting - Field- 

crest 

17- 20 Multi-Vention - Caraway 

18- 19 Area Youth/Adult Workshop - 

Asheboro 
21 State Missions Day 

OCTOBER 

S M T W T F S 

12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 

2- 3 Tri-State Urban Seminar - 
Raleigh 

6-9 Assn. Lay Evangelism School 
10-11 State Pastors and SS Directors 

Workshop • Ridgecrest 
10-11 Area Baptist Young Women's 
Convention 

12 Biblical Recorder Day 

13 Ministers* Wives 

13 Ministers* Conference 

14 Area PraiSing Clinic - Hollo- 

way St. 

21 Assn. Board Meeting • Mt. 
Moriah 

24-26 State Baptist Women Houseparty 

- Ridgecrest 

26 Assn. Acteens • Durham Me- 
morial 



27 



27-28 



30 



2- 8 
3 

3 

3- E 

9-10 
10-12 
15 
16 
17 
18 



1 

7 
8 

24 
25 
28 



State SS Young Adult/Pre- 
school Conference - Raleigh 

Annual Assn. Meeting - Trinity, 
Bethesda, Durham Memorial 

State SS Young Adult/Pre- 
?hool Conference - Greensboro 

NOVEMBER 

S M T W T F S 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 

Royal Ambassador Week 
Ministers' Wives 
Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 
State Urban Training Confer- 
ence - Charlotte 
State Laymen's Conf.-Asheville 
Baptist State Conv.-Asheville 
Assn. Youth Happening 
American Bible Society Day 
Ministers' Conference 
Ass. Board - Carrboro 

DECEMBER 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

28 29 30 31 

Ministers* Wives 

Foreign Missions Day in S. S. 

Ministers' Conference 

Conventionwide Carol Sing 

Christmas Day 

Student Day at Christmas 



ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 

Angier Avenue: Harvey Craig, Mrs. Harvey Craig, Mrs. Vance Fisher, Preston Hall, 
Leonard Husketh, Mrs. Leonard Husketh, Mrs. Crate Jones, John Laverty, Mrs. 
John Laverty, Robert Phillips, Claiborne Ross, Paul Watkins and Miss Ephna 
Watts. 

Bells: Mrs. Robert Gardner, Mrs. Clay Scott and Mrs. Dennis Wilson. 
Berea: Mrs. Andrew Ferrell, Ralph Ellis, Mrs. Ralph Ellis, Harold Massey and Mrs. 
Harold Massey. 

Bethesda: E. B. Britt, Mrs. E. B. Britt, Harry H. Fowler, Robert Goodwin, Maynard 
C. Stallings, W. L. Williams and Mrs. W. L. Williams. 

Braggtown: Ray D, Alderson, Mrs. Ann Alderson, Mrs. R. G. Brooks, Edwin Cle- 
ments, Ralph R. Cooke, Selena S. Cooke, R. D. Holleman, Mrs. R. D. Holleman, 
Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, Mrs. Macon Morris, Mrs. Lee Murray and Lillie Taylor. 

Calvary: Everette Boone, Mrs. Margie Faulkner, Mrs. Margaret Michael, Mrs. Lucy 
Oakley, Mrs. Alice Watson and Coy Watson. 

Carrboro: Mrs. Maude Brooks, Jim Wright, Mrs. Jim Wright. 

Cedar Fork: W. R. Beasley, Marjorie Collins, J. Edwin Couch. Mrs. Jessie Hemp- 
hill and Suezine Wilson. 

Cheek Heights: Mrs. Joseph Conner, Mrs. Steve Faucette, Mrs. Dan Foust, Mrs. 
Nettie Lasater, Mrs, Alex Lesperance, Mrs. Ira Pate, Louise Pate, Mrs. D. J. 
Smith. 



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Cresset: Elizabeth Crotts, Linda Glenn, Carol Salmon, Don Smith. 

Durham Memorial: W. E. Andrews, Vila Chappell, Linda Elliott, Mrs. Beulah Gib- 
son, Sidney C. Hart, Jr., Mrs. Sidney Hart, Mae Johnson, Cindy Rigsbee, David 
L. Rigsbee, Jack R. Sanderford, and Cecil Vaughan. 

Edgemont: J. T. Blackley, Jr., Miss Brenda Coffield, Rone Davis, R. T. Denny, G. 
Robert Hill, Mrs. Goldie Hurst, Miss Janet Morris, Mrs. Dorothy Morris and A. 
Elmo Whitaker. 

Ephesus: Blanche Daniel, J. P. Riggsbee, Mrs. J. P. Riggsbee, Doris Tillman, 

Lacy Thomas, and Mrs. Lacy Thomas. 
Faith: Julia Pope, Lillie Tucker and Rebecca F. Tunstall. 

Fieldcrest: Mrs. Winburn Davis, D. L. Hardin, Charles Toomey, Mrs. Charles Toom- 

ey, Mrs. E. B. Wilkins and Mrs. Rose Wilkins. 
First: W. J. Broadwell, Mrs. Jethro Broadwell, John Clayton, Mrs. John Clayton, 

Bill Garrett, Mel Luther, Mrs. D. H. Lyon, E. T. Newton, Dallas Norris, Altaree 

Norris, Julian Olive, Harrell Perry, Ellis P. Thomas, Joe Wiggins and Mrs. C. B. 

Williams, Jr. 

Gorman: S. A. Carter, G. F. Collingwood, C. E. Cope, E. H. Denny, Ralph L. 

Emory, Sr., B. L. Fuller, V. E. Glenn, J. B. Hall, R. T. Strange. 
Grace: D. W. Porterfield, Denny L. Turner, Mrs. Denny L. Turner and Ernest G. 

Wilkins. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. Lessie Agner, George Archer, Mrs. Blanche Blake, W. T. Brogden, 
Mrs. Lima Dennis, Ed Kissiah, Jack Rigsbee, C. E. Shepherd, Mrs. Lola Straw- 
bridge, Miss AUene Suitt, Carl Wallace. 

Guess Road: Daniel Cockman, Mrs. Daniel Cockman, Mrs. Paul Mitchell, Robert 
Rummel and Mrs. Robert Rummel. 

HoUoway Street: Mrs. Ted L. Dunnagan, Mrs. Glenn Eagle, Mrs. William B. Harrill, 
Richard P. Hester, Mrs. Richard P. Hester, Thomas A. Knott, Nt-s. J. B, Lawson, 
Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, Mrs. Dennis P. O'Briant. 

Homestead Heights: Harold Moore, Ray Rogers, Mrs. Wilson Sprouse, Eunice R. 
Sprouse and J. W. Warren. 

Hope Valley: Ronnie Andrews, Steve Kelly, Eric Kyles, Lila Mason, J. R. Snipes, 
Mrs. J. R. Snipes. 

Immanuel: Brevard Brown, Doris Brown, Wilbur Evans, Vernon F. Griffin. 
Lakewood: Cecil Howard, Frances Howard, Fred Pendley, Joe Rigsbee, Stewart 

Rigsbee, Robert E. Smith, Mary Ward. 
Lowes Grove: Jim Barringer, Leon Driver, Clarence Gilmore, G. T. Godwin, Miss 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Mrs. Edna Hurst, Mrs. Berlena Jester, Billy Ross, Mrs. 

Belle Shipp, Frank Shipp, Maurice Shipp. 
Lystra: Ruth Andrews, Frances C, Bradsher, Mrs. Bruce Collins, Donald Parrish 

and Mrs. W. Carlton Smith. 
Mount Carmel: Louise Blackwood, Margery Blackwood, Mildred Blackwood, Ralph 

Blackwood, Nellie Crabtree, Carlene McNease and Mae Noell. 
Mount Gilead: Mrs. Auburn Tripp and Mrs. Bruce Ward, 

Mount Hermon: Billy Clayton, Mrs. Blanche Couch, Mrs. William T. Dorrity, Mrs. 
W. A. Godwin, Mrs. Zella Harris, Mrs. Joe Link, Mack White and Mrs. Virginia 
Winecoff. 

Mount Moriah: Nettie Crabtree, Sadie Crabtree, Robert 0. Gooch and Troy W. Wil- 
kins. 

Mount Pisgah: C. E. Byrd, Rachel Churchill, Clyde Farrell, Fallie Farrell, Mrs. 

Rufus Horton, Sr., and Elizabeth S. Woods. 
Olive Branch: Alice Lipe, Amerith N. Owen, George W. Ray, Mrs. George W. Ray. 
Page Road: Betty Barbour, Mrs. 0. C. Mitchell, Jr., Mrs. Thelma Rigsbee, W. E. 

Stinnett, Mrs. W. E. Stinnett and Mrs. Edness Winstead. 
Park View: Mrs. Noah. Brown, Lee Christian, Mrs. J. J. Griffin, H. F. McDonald, 

E. M. Oakley and Eric O'Brian. 
Parkwood: Lui Greene, Mrs. John Harper, Ellsworth Jones, Mary E. Jones, Bill 

Kirby, Draxie Kirby, Luther W. Wheeler and Mrs. Luther W. Wheeler. 
Plainview: Mrs. Howard Corley, Mrs. Edna Goss, Claude Pendergraft, Mrs. Ruth 

Preddy, Shelby Smith and George E. Woods. 
Red Mountain: Mrs. Lois Gates, Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr., and Mrs. Mabel Long. 
Rose of Sharon: Gay Chambers, Barbara Garrard, William Garrard, Carl Griffin, 

Wandra Griffin, Jones Salguero and Ricky Salguero. 
Temple: Mrs. Robert W. Bailey, Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, C. W. Etheridge, Mrs. C. W. 

Etheridge, C. Ron Jones, Mrs. C. R. Jones, E. L. Kerley, Jr., Mrs. Philip Ward, 



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Clay Warf, Everett B. Weatherspoon, Mrs. Everett B. Weatherspoon and Mrs. B. 
H. West, Sr. 

Trinity: James Harris, B. R. O'Briant, Mrs. A. L. O'Briant and Mrs. Robert L. 
Smith. 

University: Mrs. R. L. Harrell, Paul Shearin, Mrs. Paul Shearin, and B. B. Sparrow. 

Watts Street: R. L. Andrews, Mrs. R. L. Andrews, Sam Beasley, Mrs. Sam Beasley, 
Gary C. Cole, Floyd Fletcher, Mrs. Floyd Fletcher and Kenneth Harrell. 

Westwood: W. L. Eakes, Mrs. W. L. Eakes, C. W. Madison, W. J. Peters, Mrs. W. J. 
Peters, Milton Roberson, J. L. Tew, and Mrs. Linwood Tew. 

Yates: Mrs. Annie Dollar, Mrs. Bernice Eubanks, Mrs. Marshall Mangum, Joe Peter- 
son, Mrs. Joe Peterson, Clifton Walker, Mrs. Clifton Walker and B. D. Wheeler. 

VISITORS REGISTERED 

Mrs. Clyde Andrews, Steven D. Austin, Irvin Breedlove, Hallie Brooks, Richard 
J. Bruce, Larry R. Bumgardner, Nancy B. Bumgardner, Mrs. Lillian Byrd, Hosia L. 
Garden, Arnold Gapps, Mrs. Mike Ghappell, Mrs. Adna Cheek, Rachel Clayton, Mrs. 
J. L. Colclough. A. B. Comer. Dr. Mark Corts. Fred Crabtree. Mrs. Fred Crabtree. 
Mrs. Cardman Crawford, Rosemary Cumbie, Dianne Daniel, R. Archie Daniel, Mrs. 
Violet Dollar, Al Eakes, Mrs. Alfred Eakes, E. H. Ferrell, Elizabeth Floyd, Mrs. 
Sue Freeman, J. Gardner, Mrs. J. H. Giles, Mrs. Victor Glenn, Mrs. Robert 0. 
Gooch, W. L. Green, Robert Grigston, Hazel Hare, Mrs. J. F. Hare, Mrs. R. C. Hen- 
derson, Doris E. Holmes, Mrs. V. E. James, Lois Jenks, Jane Knott, John B. Knott, 
Jr., Mrs. L. H. Knott, Mrs. Lewis Laws, Mrs. Esther Lloyd, M. W. (Buddy) Lynam, 
Sue McBride, J. Parker McLendon. Mrs. C. W. Madison, Minnie S. Miller, Mrs. Julian 
Motley, S. T. Noell, Sr., Bonnie J. Oden, Mrs. Fred Page, Mrs. Fred Pendley, Pat 
Perkins, Roberta Perry, T. O. Perry, Mrs. T. 0. Perry, H. Martin Perry, Mrs. E. L. 
Phillips, Aubrey Quakenbush, R. 0. Rigsbee, Mrs. C. Nixon Royal, Mrs. Carrie J. 
Sloan, Mrs. Everette J. Smith, Larry Sparks, Mrs. G. A. Strayhorn, AUene Suitt, 
Mrs. Ellis Thomas, K. B. Tripp, Mrs. R. B. Vaughan, Mrs. Carl Wallace, Emmett 
Ward, Mrs. J. W. Warren, Barbara Weaver, Joe Winstead, Mrs. Swannie Wilkins, Mrs. 
June Wilkerson, Claude B. Williams, Jr., and Mrs. John L. Woodward. 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Henry B. Anderson, Robert W. Bailey, Bruce Beck, Ben E. Berry, J. B. Buchanan, 
Patrick Collins, Howard Corley, C. Ronald Cumbie, Winburn C. Davis, J. Allison 
Fogleman, A. D. Frazier, Charles K. Gardner, Norman R. Gardner, Herman S. Good- 
in, Gerald Goodwin, R. C. Henderson, Ernest Holt, Andrew W. King, Fred A. King, 
L. H. Knott, Robert E. McClernon, Furman Matthews, Ned Mathews, Julian M. 
Motley, Jimmy Pitts, Everette J. Smith, Malbert Smith, Jr., W. Carlton Smith, Tobie 
P. Stone, Jr., Henry E. Turlington, James E. West, Dennis A. Wilson, Rusell L. 
Wimmer, and Robert Winecoff. 

CONSTITUTION 
Revised 1973 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 
Durham County and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the ''Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational 
life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 
(Five»Point Statement From '*The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or 
small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others con- 
cerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among us. 
They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation 
revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance towards God and faith in Jesus 
Christ as Savior and Lord. 



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(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality or infalibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should 
hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise 
and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherrent right to draw 
up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever 
they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scrip- 
tures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpreta- 
tion, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, 
and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other 
realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected mess- 
engers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent terri' 
tories and the regular elected officers of the Association and members of the 
Associational Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article 
II. When not in sessionthis Association shall be comprised of its member church- 
es which shall elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article 
X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Asso- 
ciation and at any soecial meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly certified in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof and one for each 
additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messen- 
gers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messen- 
gers, in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members 
of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any 
Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply 
to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving 
evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watch- 
care of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval 
of the Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the 
church or churches shall be received under watchcare of the Association for a 
period of one year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare such 
churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its privil- 
eges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to voting 
representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, 
the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received 
into full fellowship of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the 
request for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or 
churches shall be authorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privil- 
eges and voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to with- 
draw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox princi- 
ples of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists, 
or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the annual session 
of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes 
fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in particular, or that 
ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the 
church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or repre- 
sentatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and 
shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it 
may advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for 



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their adoption, and may claim for itself, its oDjects, and its recommendations the 
highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who l^ave been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach 
the Associational Clerk at least ten days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VH. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two suc- 
cessive davs. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating 
churches. 

Article VIH. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on De° 
cember thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice=Moder- 
ator, Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, and such others as may be authorized 
by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the 
Association. 

Scetion 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the first session of the annual meet- 
ing of the Association, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the 
annual meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors 
are elected and installed, unless removed for cause. Any officer may be elected 
to succeed himself, except the Moderator, who may not serve more than two years 
in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Associ- 
ation and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as 
may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, pre- 
serve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to 
parliamentary usage, and serve as Chairman of the Associational Board, and ex- 
officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice^Moderator shall discharge the duties ofthe Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk-Historian shall keep a record of the proceedings of the 
Association, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file 
the printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act 
as secretary ofthe Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compen- 
sation which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the 
histories of two churches each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall main- 
tain an up-to=date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Associa- 
tion, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the 
Association Board, and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and 
an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annual 
report to the Association. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the 
leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the 
Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from 
each member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by 
notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The members of the State General Board from our association and the 
B. S. U. Chaplains of Duke University and the University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. The 



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Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim between the 
annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association as so 
expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance of 
its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers and com- 
mittees of the Association and on the Associational Board that may occur during 
the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each annual meet- 
ing of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee com- 
posed of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Train- 
ing, Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar, 
Camp, Christian Social Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees, and the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

This committee shall meei periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, inter- 
pret policy as needed by the Superintendent of Missions, and strive for a smooth 
operation of the associational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
tion, a Superintendent of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his 
work. The committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or 
Association may direct. 

Article XI. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the Standing Committees listed below, along with 
any other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 
These Committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and 
shall make reports of the work to the Associational Board and/or to the Associa- 
tion. Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association and are subject to re-election provided 
that in no case any person shall serve on the same committee longer than three 
years in succession. The Moderator and the Superintendent of Missions shall be 
considered ex-officio members of all Standing Committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the W. M. U. 
Director, the Brotherhood Director, the Music Director and the President of the 
Ministers* Conference, serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty ofthis 
committee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the association a pro- 
gram of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the advice 
and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of 
civic righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for 
keeping our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be com- 
posed of nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist 
Women's and Baptist Men's Organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs 
in the association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, 
unwed mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and 
probationers, emotionally disturbed and senior citizens, to encourage churches to 
provide ministries to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist and offer train- 
ing for those with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to 
specific area(s) when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the inform- 
ation and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 



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whose duty it shall be to encourage perennial evangelism in the churches includ- 
ing the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry out 
association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the association by coordinating its efforts with 
other association committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach 
knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9, THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the Committee shall 
be elected for a term of three years with two members elected each year on a rotat- 
ing basis. 

This Committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, re-pre- 
sent a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for raising 
the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for state mission funds 
for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FOUNDATION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to 
denominational objects. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed ol five mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their 
people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist 
Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER=FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better in- 
formed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the 
world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relation- 
ship with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches 
and the association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within 
the boundaries ofthe Association, to recommend to the Association or the Asso- 
ciational Board the location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or 
missions, and to assist the organization of such churches as might be authorized 
and to review for the Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mis- 
sion funds. It shall be the duty of this Committee to study the applications of 
churches seeking admission into the Association and to make r ecommendations 
regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers, and committeemen (except the Superintendent of Missions as 
heretofore provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approv- 
al and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiza- 
tion (TACLO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers ofthe six organizations 
shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all gen- 
eral or^nizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations tothe Associational Board to fill any vacancy 
in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examin- 
ation of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position 
in C hristian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination 
until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shaH be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the 
place of meeting ofthe annual session for the following year, and to recommend to 
the Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a 
preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 



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Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose dutv it shall be to work with local stations in the securing 
of time, to promote programs of religious and of denominational interest and to 
encourage the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Associa- 
tion or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual 
Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offer- 
ings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff mem- 
bers through the Annuity Board retirement plans, and to promote tithing by indi- 
vidual church members. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the association area 
acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and pro- 
mote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within 
the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry ofthe churches to 
students. 

Section 21. THE TRUSTEES shall be three in number and shall be the repre- 
sentatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall perform such duties as 
the Association or the Associational Board may prescribe. 

Article XII. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Associa- 
tion and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings ofthe Associa- 
tion and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of mem- 
bers present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or with- 
drawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from 
those churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called meetings of 
the Association and the Associational Board, a number representing a majority 
of the cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. 
He shall confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or 
at his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of Robert's "Rules of 
Order." 

Article XIII. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or the 
part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association 
or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and vot- 
ing. 

Article XIV. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the x\ssociation 
upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided 
the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational 
Board prior to the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first 
day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 



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PROCEEDINGS 
of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

26th Annual Session 
October 28, 29, 1974 

First Night's Session With 
Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 

Monday Evening, October 28, 1974 
Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator, presiding 

7:00 P. M. Registration and Fellowship 
7:25 P. M. 

1. The Grey Stone Singing Men, under the direction of George Archer, opened 
the session with music. They were accompanied by Mrs. Peggy Hartung at the 
organ and Mrs.Darlene Archer at the piano. 

2. The Reverend J. A. Fogleman, host pastor, opened with prayer and welcomed 
the Associational messengers and visitors. 

3* The Moderator called the twenty»sixth annual session to order. 

4. The Reverend Fred King, Chairman of the Program Committee, presented the 
printed program and moved that this constitute the order of business for this ses- 
sion, with any necessary changes. This was seconded and approved. 



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PROGRAM 



MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1974 
Lowe's Grove Baptist Church 

WORKERS TOGETHER IN THE ASSOCIATION 

George Archer, Music Director 
Mrs. George Archer, Pianist 
Mrs. Phil Hartung, Organist 

7:00 Registration 
7:25 The Grey Stone Singing Men 
Prayer 

Welcome Rev. J. A. Fogleman 

Report of Annual Meeting Chairmen . , Rev. Fred King 

Introduction of the Speaker 

7:55 Message Dr. Nathan Brooks, 

Representative from the Baptist State Convention 

8:15 Hymn (434) "Serve the Lord with Gladness" 

'"Serve the Lord with gladness" In our works and ways. 
Come before His presence with our songs of praise; 
Unto Him our Maker we would pledge anew 
Life's supreme devotion to service true. 

"Serve Him with gladness," Enter His courts with song; 
To our Creator True praises belong; Great is His mercy, 
Wonderful is His name, We gladly serve Him, 
His great love proclaim. 

"Serve the Lord with gladness" This shall be our theme. 
As we walk together In His love supreme; 
Listening, ever listening for the still, small voice. 
His sweet will so precious will be our choice. 

The Grey Stone Singing Men 

Scripture Rev. Ned Mathews 

8:25 Annual Sermon I^ev. Everette Smith 

Theme Song "We Are One in the Bond of Love" 

We are one in the bond of love. 
We are one in the bond of love, 
We have joined our spirits 

With the Spirit of God. 
We are one in the bond of love. 



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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1974 
Braggtown Baptist Church 



WORKERS TOGETHER IN THE MINISTRY 

Denny Turner, Music Director 
Mrs. Raymond Alderson, Instrumentalist 

9:00 Registration 

9:15 Spoken Declarations of Praise 

Hymn (308) "Come, We That Love the Lord" 

Come, we that love the Lord, And let our joys be known; 
Join in a song with sweet accord, 
Join in a song with sweet accord. 
And thus surround the throne. 
And thus surround the throne. 

We're marching to zion. Beautiful, beautiful zion; 
We're marching upward to zion. 
The beautiful city of God. 

Let those refuse to sing who never knew our God; 
But children of the heav'nly King, 
But children of the heav'nly King, 
May speak their joys abroad. 
May speak their joys abroad. 

The hill of zion yields A thousand sacred sweets. 
Before we reach the heav'nly fields, 
Before we reach the heav'nly fields. 
Or walk the golden streets. 
Or walk the bolden streets. 

The Yatesmen Ministers of Music of Yates Association Churches 

9:35 Message Dr. Mark Corts 

Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
10:20 Welcome Rev. Clell Gibson 

10:25 Sunday School Mr. Ed Kissiah 

W. M. U Mrs. Frances Dorrity 

Calendar Committee Mrs. Louise Blackwood 

Camp Committee Rev. Pat Collins 

Finance (Budget) Committee Mr. Billy Garrett 

10:50 Concert by the Tour Choir of Mill Home Baptist Church 

Baptist Children's Home at Thomasville, N. C, Don Bearfield, Director 

11:10 Associational Board Report 

11:20 Miscellaneous Business t 

11:40 Message Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, Superintendent of Missions 

Theme Song "We Are One in the Bond of Love" 

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TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1974 
Lakewood Baptist Church 

WORKERS TOGETHER AS BRETHREN 



Mel Luther, Music Director 
Mrs. Doyle Davis, Pianist 
Mrs. Mel Luther, Organist 



7:25 Hymn (368) "Brethren, We Have Met to Worship" 

Brethren, we have met to worship And adore the Lord our God; 
Will you pray with all your power. While we try to preach the Word? 
, All is vain unless the Spirit of the Holy One comes down; 
Brethren, pray, and holy manna will be showered all around. 

Sisters, will you join and help us? Moses' sister aided him; 
Will you help the trembling mourners Who are struggling hard with sin? 
Tell them all about the Saviour, Tell them that He will be found; 
Sisters, pray, and holy manna Will be showered all around. 

Let us love our God supremely. Let us love each other, too; 
Let us love and pray for sinners. Till our God makes all things new. 
Then He'll call us home to heaven. At His table we'll sit down; 
Christ will gird Himself, and serve us With sweet manna all around. 

Musical Number 

Prayer 

Welcome Rev. Everette Smith 

7:35 Nominations Committee Mr. W. J. Broadwell 

Resolutions Committee Mrs. W. J. Broadwell 

Future Development Committee Rev. Gerald Goodwin 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:00 Selections from Reaching People, an Outreach Musical 

Combined Adult Choirs of First and Grace Baptist Churches 

8:20 Lay Leader Award Rev. Hubert Mumford 

8:30 Theme Song "We Are One in the Bond of Love" 

8:3 5 Message Dr. Mark Corts, 

Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Winston Salem, N. C. 

5. Guest speaker, Dr. Nathan Brooks of Raleigh, Representative of the Baptist 
State Convention, brought a message: "Why I Am A Missionary Baptist Today". 
He used Acts 1:8 as his reference. 

6. The hymn, **Serve the Lord With Gladness", was sung. 

7. The Grey Stone Singing Men brought a special medley of songs. 

8. The Moderator made the following announcements: A. There will be a fellow- 
ship after the evening meeting; B. Asked that Books of Advance Reports be 
brought to Tuesday Morning Session; C. Urged those not registered to please do 
so. 



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9. The Scripture lesson from Joshua 1 was read by the Reverend Ned Mathews, 
Pastor of Cresset Baptist Church. 

10. The annual sermon was preached by the Reverend Everette Smith, Pastor of 
the Lakewood Baptist Church. 

11. The first session was closed by singing the theme song, "We Are One in 
the Bond of Love**. 

Tuesday Morning Session 
9:00 A. M. Registration 
9:15 A. M. 

12. The second session of the annual meeting was called to order by the Mod- 
erator with spoken declarations of praise. 

13. The opening hymn was "Come, We That Love the Lord". 

14. The Yatesmen, comprised of Ministers of Music of Yates Association 
churches, brought a special message in song. 

15. The Moderator called on Dr. Richard Henderson, along-time associate and 
friend of the visiting speaker, to introduce Dr. Mark Corts. Dr. Corts is Pastor of 
the Calvary Baptist Church in Winston Salem. 

16. Dr. Corts* message on working together in the ministry titled "The Old Man 
Who Never Quit" was based on Numbers 14:1-10. 

17. The Moderator introduced the host pastor, the Reverend Clell Gibson, who 
welcomed the messengers and visitors to the Braggtown Church. 

18. Ed Kissiah, Chairman of the Associational Sunday School Committee, pre- 
sented the annual Sunday School Report and list of officers for the coming year. 

19. Mrs. Frances Dorrity presented the W. M. U. report as contained in the Book 
of Reports and moved its adoption. Mrs. Dorrity also introduced the new W. M. U. 
President, Mrs. Darlene Harrill. 

20. Mrs. Louise Blackwood, Chairman of the Calendar Committee, presented her 
report and moved its adoption, subject to any necessary changes during the year. 
This was seconded and approved. 

21. The Finance Committee Chairman, Billy Garrett, presented the report of the 
Finance Committee and moved its approval as a tentative budget. This was 
seconded and approved. 

22. The Reverend Pat Collins, Chairman of the Camp Committee, moved that his 
printed report be adopted. This was seconded and approved, after which he pre- 
sented a visual report in slides. 

23. The Tour Choir of The Mills Home of Thomasville was presented by Mr. J. 
Parker McLendon. He reported that a film has been prepared that is available upon 
request. He also reported on the Chapel Hill home. 

24. The Tour Choir presented a concert, under the direction of Don Bearfield, 
with Mrs. Melissa Bearfield accompanying at the piano. 

25. The Moderator presented the report of the Associational Board as contained 
in the Book of Reports. He also pointed out that the following reports in the Book 
of Reports needed to be adopted: Auditor's, Deacon's, Histories, Ordination's and 
Student Work Committee Report. A motion was made, seconded and approved that 
all these reports be adopted. 

26. The Moderator recognized all the new staff workers in the Association. 

27. The Reverend Malbert Smith commented on the high quality of the program 
and requested that the table in the printed minutes be large enough to be read. 

28. A motion was made that the Sunday School Report that was given earlier be 
included in the printed minutes. This was seconded and approved. 

29. The Reverend Clell Gibson, host pastor, gave directions as to the lunch. 

30. The Superintendent of Mission, the R,everend Hubert S. Mumford, brought a 
message, recognizing Associational Staff Members and asked for applause for Mrs. 
Emily Warren. He also thanked the Association for the car they gave him last year. 

31. The theme song was sung and the Reverend H. B. Anderson dismissed with 
prayer for the lunch. 

Tuesday Night Session 
October 29, 1974 
Lakewood Baptist Church 

32. The concluding session of the twenty-sixth annual session was opened with 
the singing of the hymn "Brethren, We Have Met to Worship". Mel Luther directed 
the hymn with Mrs. Doyle Davis at the piano and Mrs. Mel Luther at the organ. 

33. Mel Luther, soloist, brought a message in song. 



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34. The Reverend Everette Smith, host pastor, led in prayer and welcomed those 
present to the Lakewood Church. 

35. Mr. Jethro Broadwell, Chairman of the Nominations Committee, brought the 
report of his committee. He moved that the officers and committee chairmen as 
well as the or^nizational officers be elected. This was seconded and approved. 

36. Mrs. W. J. Broadwell presented the Resolutions Committee Report and moved 
its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

37. The Reverend Gerald Goodwin, Chairman of the Future Development Com- 
mittee, presented the report of his committee as printed in the Book of Reports. 
He moved the adoption of the report. This was seconded and approved. 

38. The Reverend Jerreal Buchanan reported on the progress of the Research 
Triangle Missions Committee. He moved the adoption of his report. This was 
seconded and approved. 

39. The Associational Clerk, Harrell Perry, recognized the church clerks who 
prepared and handed in perfect church letters. 

40. The Moderator asked the clerk to read the motion of Norman Gardner from 
the morning session: "The Missions Committee of the Yates Association be 
challenged to accept the task of aiding the churches of our Association in Mission 
Fellowship Bible Classes. The task of aiding is two-fold: (1) locating the most 
strategic points of work and help in securing meeting places, (2) enlist the local 
church in the task and help if necessary to train and equip that local church for 
that task.'* Norman Gardner made a motion that this motion be rescinded and the 
motion be carried out by the Evangelism Committee instead of the Missions Com- 
mittee. (The Moderator understood the word "rescind" as a withdrawal of the 
motion.) This was seconded and approved. 

41. Motion was made that the Moderator of the Association appoint a secret Com- 
mittee of three laymen at the beginning of the associational year to accept and 
process the names for lay leader selection. This was seconded and approved. 

42. The combined adult choirs of First and Grace Baptist Churches brought 
special music. 

43. Mr. Mumford presented letters of congratulations, a plaque and a gift for 
twenty years service to the clerk, Harrell Perry. 

44. Mr. Mumford presented the lay leader award to Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin. A 
plaque was given to Mrs. Godwin. 

45. The theme song was sung by the association. 

46. The Moderator introduced the evening speaker. Dr. Mark Corts, who brought 
a message using 1 Corinthians 4 as his scripture background. Dr. Corts led in 
prayer. 

47. The Moderator asked for sentence prayers and after these dismissed the 
twenty-sixth annual session of the Yates Association with prayer. 

REPORT SECTION 

THE HISTORY OF RIDGECREST BAPTIST CHURCH 

The Ridgecrest Baptist Church had its beginning in the discarded Holt Ele- 
mentary School building located seven miles north of Durham on Highway 501. A 
spark of faith and a vision of need in the heart of Rev. B. E. Morris, pastor of Grey 
Stone Baptist Church, was reason enough to make a census of the community. This 
census was undertaken by the Brotherhood of Grey Stone Church, under the direc- 
tion of Rev. Waldo Woodcock. 

The Grey Stone Baptist Church was offered a lot by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wilkin- 
son, if the church would assist in starting a mission in this community. On June 
26, 1955, Rev. Jack Wilder, pastor of Holloway Street Baptist Church, began a re- 
vival to stimulate more interest in the new mission. Twenty-five people came as 
charter members. On the closing of the revival, July 3, 1955, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. 
Wilkinson presented the church a deed to the property, and a brief dedication 
service was held. The dedicatory prayer was given by Robert Holleman, moderator 
of the Yates Association. 

The services of Ernest H. Ferrell were secured by the Grey Stone Church to 
direct the program of the mission which began operation the first Sunday in July, 
1955. Under the leadership of the Mission Pastor, a revival was held with Rev. 
James Pollard as evangelist. At the close of the revival on October 23, 1955, the 
or^ization of Ridgecrest Baptist Church came into being with a membership of 
forty. Rev. H. B. Anderson brought the organizational message, and Rev. B. E. 
Morris presented the members. 



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On May 20, 1956, the soil was turned in a dedication service for the first unit of 
the church. The cost of the building was approximately $50,000.00. With the aid of 
State Missions, the church continued to progress. On January 4, 1959, Rev. Ferrell 
gave notice of his resignation effective February 15, 1959. 

On April 5, 1959, Rev. Hoyt Rutledge was called as pastor. Under his leader- 
ship, the church purchased the property from Highway 501 tg the present property. 
A Bond Issue was instituted to expand and remodel the Educational Building at a 
cost of $80,000.00. His ministry of preaching and teaching is still felt in our 
church. Rev. Rutledge resigned December, 1964, to become pastor of Fairmont 
Park Baptist Church in High Park, N. C. 

In April, 1965, Rev. Paul Shoupe was called as pastor. He served until Sep- 
tember, 1969. During his ministry, a new parsonage was built. Two lots north of 
the church were purchased from T. W. Wilkinson for the purpose of expansion. 
Rev. Shoupe resigned September, 1969, to accept a call to Falls of Neuse Church 
in the Raleigh Association. 

On March 8, 1970, Rev. Paul F. Couch was called as pastor, coming from Plaza 
Baptist Church of Charlotte, North Carolina. Some of the major achievements dur- 
ing his pastorate include: 

...Beginning Kindergarten and Day Care in 1970 
...Employing part-time secretary in 1971 
...Organizing Bus Ministry in 1972 

...Calling full-time Music, Youth and Education Director in 1972 
...Starting weekly church newsletter in 1972 
...Purchasing additional property adjoining church in 1973 
...Organizing Children's Worship in 1973 

...Purchasing 25 acres of land, 2 miles from present location at a 

cost of $50,000.00 in 1974 
...Leading church to relocate on nev; land 
...Leading church to triple budget and giving 
...Baptizing 204 converts in last thirty months 

The Lord has, with abundant grace, blessed Ridgecrest Church and led the 
church into a warm and joyful fellowship. The present membership is 571. 
In Christ Ridgecrest faces the future with confidence and expectancy, 

THE HISTORY OF FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

An evangelistic tent meeting held by Rev. Ralph Cannon led to Sunday School 
and Worship Services on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Banks Clayton. From 
these meetings. Faith Baptist Church was organized on Sunday, July 28, 1946. 
That same day the Women's Missionary Union was organized. 

In July, 1946, the church extended a call to the first pastor. Rev. Floyd Pas- 
chall, who served from July 28, 1946, until October 12, 1947. The first year budget 
(1946-1947) was $2,810.00. During Rev. Paschall's ministry the first Sanctuary 
was built on a lot which was donated to the church. Rev. Paschall's salary was 
$25.00 per week. The first church Trustees were Rev. Floyd Paschall and Mr. B. 
D. Rimmer, and the first church clerk was Mrs. Worth Ferrell. 

On October 26, 1947, Rev. R. H. Dalehite came to serve as pastor and remained 
in service at Faith until September 24, 1950. Three additional Sunday School rooms 
were built during his term of service. 

Then Rev. Warren E. Kerr came to serve on a part-time basis. He was called to 
full-time service August 26, 1951, and continued until August 31, 1953. During his 
pastorate, the first choir and Training Union were organized. Mrs. Sammy James, 
Foreign Missionary (former Rachel Kerr) helped in all phases of church work; also. 
Home Missionary, Miss Cora Lee Cannon. 

On September 27, 1953, Rev. F. W. Love became the pastor and remained until 
August 28, 1955. In December, 1954, the church voted to give 10% to the Cooper- 
ative Program. 

Rev. Robert Lawson began his ministry April 4, 1956, and continued until De- 
cember 4, 1956. It was during his pastorate that the church voted to build a new 
Sanctuary. Ground-breaking ceremonies were held December 2,1956. 

In August 1958 Rev. Donald P. Cooper became nastor and served until June 28, 
1963. During his ministry, the Mattie Kelly property was purchased in 1960, and 
construction was started on the present educational building. A Brotherhood was 
organized and a Day Nursery started, which was later closed. In 1963 the church 



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purchased the Latta property for a pastorium. The auditorium was completed in 
1958. 

Rev, K. S. Sanders was called as pastor November 1, 1963, and remained until 
November 7, 1965. During his ministry the pastorium was built and plans were 
made for a larger Sanctuary. Property at the right of the present Sanctuary was 
acquired and cleared for parking, Septembers, 1956, was the date the church voted 
to purchase the piece of property adjacent to the church property from Andy 
Morgan ton. 

From November 24, 1965, until January 16, 1966, Dr. John Eddins served as 
interim pastor. 

Rev. A. C. Tatem came to the pastorate on January 16, 1966, and served until 
June 10, 1967. In May, 1966, an electric organ was acquired and in July a gift of 
money to be spent for air conditioning the Sanctuary was received. The church 
voted to build four additional Sunday School rooms. On October 2, 1966, the first 
GirFs Auxiliary Coronation Service with two Queens was held 

Rev. Yates served as interim pastor from June, 1967, until December 3, 1967. 

Rev. David Osborne came December 3, 1967, and remained until October 14, 
1970. The new nursery building was occupied in October 1967. The first church 
bus was purchased February, 1968. In September, 1968, the church offered a 
$200.00 per year scholarship to help anyone in church-related vocations as long as 
they maintained a Christian testimony. In October, 1968, the church voted to start 
the present Sanctuary. In 1969, the church began to support missionary Walter 
Holland in Mexico. Also that same year the first full-time custodian was employed, 
and the church voted to hire a part-time music director. 

Vernon Sparrow served as interim pastor from November 18, 1970 until March 21, 
1971. 

Rev. Howard Ellis and Rev. Aubrey Quackenbush served as alternate interim 
pastors. 

Rev. Donald Cooper came to Faith on January 3, 1972, and served as pastor 
until August 4, 1974. Rev. Howard Ellis was called to serve as assistant pastor 
and youth director on March 5, 1974. He served until August 13, 1974. In 1972 the 
educational building was painted and the floors tiled. In that same year carpet 
was put in the church offices; a new sound system, a commercial gas range and 
air conditioner for the kitchen were purchased. Family Night was begun and was a 
great success until it was discontinued in 1973 due to the energy crisis. In 1972 
there were 113 additions to the church family (68 by baptism and 45 others). 

In 1973 the bus ministry was very successful. Four additional buses were pur- 
chased. A double-wide mobile home was purchased and set up on the church 
property for the assistant pastor and youth director. Rev. Wayne Cook. The church 
also purchased an air conditioner and additional office equipment sufficient to set 
up an office for Rev. Cook. Rev. Cook served at Faith from June 3, 1973, until 
July 7, 1974. In 1973 several men got together and designed and built a beautiful 
prayer chapel. A Baby Grand piano and hymn books were purchased with money 
given over and above the tithes. In 1973, 67 souls were added to our congregation. 
(40 by baptism and 27 others). 

The Lord just keeps on blessing, and on Nov^ber 18, 1973, the church called a 
second assistant pastor. Rev. Marvin Thomas. Rev. Thomas worked mainly With 
convalescent homes and hospitals, A second mobile home was purchased for Rev. 
Thomas and additional office equipment purchased. Rev. Thomas served at Faith 
until July 7, 1974. One hundred members of Faith have enrolled in a Home Bible 
Study Course, sponsored by the Home Mission Board. Through July 31, 1974, 74 
souls were added to the Faith family (36 by baptism and 38 others). 

Two young men will enter school in the fall of 1974 to prepare for the ministry. 
Four young men have been called to the ministry and one to full-time service in 
the ministry of music. The year 1974 was highlighted by the young people's mis- 
sion venture to central New York. Eighteen young people, along with the pastor. 
Rev. Donald Cooper, his family and several other families, made an impact on 
central New York state that will long be remembered. The mission was supported 
by the church through much prayer, finances and physical labor. The majority of 
the funds came through a bottle drive, which yielded 18,000 bottles. Services were 
held in all 4 Southern Baptist churches in the Utica-Rome area, and 1 service at 
Griffiss Air Force Base. There were 16 crusade services and 6 Vacation Bible 
Schools held. There were a total of 450 conversions, 700 rededications, 3 called 
to preach, and 1 called to full-time ministry in music. Praise the Lord for His 
countless blessings! 



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Our church enrollment as of July 31, 1974, is 457. Over the years the Lord has 
really blessed Faith Baptist Church with some great men of God to be our leaders. 
At this writing. Faith is without a pastor, but we are trusting Jesus to have even 
greater things in store for us than we have ever known. We claim God's word, 
Romans 8:28, **And we know that all things work together for good to them that 
love God, to them who are called according to His purpose**. - 

Faith Baptist Church stands, as always, a lighthouse in this world of darkness 
and sin, pointing the way to the Light, the Lord Jesus Christ, the only hope, the 
Saviour of mankind. 

REPORT OF PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 
Host Churches 

The Committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the 
annual associational meetings of 1975: 

Monday night: Trinity Church, 2123 So Hi Drive, Durham 

Tuesday morning: (with lunch) Bethesda Church, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. Durham 

Tuesday night: Durham Memorial Church, 2703 Holloway Street, Durham 

Annual Sermon 

Preacher: Rev. Ned Mathews, Cresset Church, Durham 

Alternate: Rev. Lawrence Knott, Westwood Church, Durham 

2nd A.lternate: Rev. Ray Cumbee, Homestead Heights Church, Durham 

Respectfully submitted, 
Herman Goodin, Chm. 



1975 TENTATIVE BUDGET 


1975 




1974 


Expenditures 


Tentative 




Budget 


7 Months 


Budget 


1) Church Expansion 


$ 75,00 


$ . 00 


$ 75.00 


2) Evangelism 


300. 00 


201. 92 


300. 00 


3) Camp: Superintendent of Grounds 


i,8oaoo 


1,050.00 


1 Of\f\ HA 

1, oUU. UU 


4) Maintenance 


2,010.00 


1, 393. 14 


2.010. 00 


5) Insurance 








(House, Lodge Liability) 


490. 00 


.00 


748. 00 


6) Capital Improvement 








('75 Repair Rd.) 


500. 00 


555. 00 


500. 00 


7) Bond Retirement 


9 , 300 . 00 


3, 653. 58 


9, 300.00 


8) Library and Audio Visual Aids 


300. 00 


147. 49 


300. 00 


9) Youth Council 


200.00 


130. 41 


300. 00 


10) Ministers* Conference 


100. 00 


83.24 


150.00 


11) Sunday School 


100.00 


61. 50 


200. 00 


12) Church Training 


100. 00 


.00 


100.00 


13) Woman's Missionary Union 


1.000. 00 


552.64 


1, 000. 00 


14) Brotherhood 


200.00 


86.73 


200. 00 


15) Music 


100. 00 


.00 


100. 00 


16) Baptist Student Centers 


300. 00 


.00 


300.00 


17) Annual Meeting Committee 


200. 00 


2. 75 


300.00 


18) Deacons Committee 


100. 00 


80.66 


200. 00 


19) Missions Committee 


300. 00 


189. 34 


300. 00 


20) Foundation Committee 


100. 00 


120.00 


100.00 


21) Literacy Committee 


200. 00 


60.88 


200. 00 


22) Future Development 


100. 00 


.00 


100. 00 


23) Contact Teleministry 


100. 00 


153. 20 


150.00 


SALARIES 








24) Superintendent of Missions 


8,600. 00 


5, 016.62 


9, 400.00 


25) Office Assistant 


5. 400.00 


3, 150.00 


5,800. 00 


26) Clerk 


370. 00 


. 00 


370. 00 


27) Part=time Secretaries ( 1) 


3, 000. 00 


2, 144.07 


4,000.00 



1) Tax on Garrett Road property 

2) A very conservative figure now that we are planning to have a "Lay Evangelism 

School" in October 

3) Raise according to increased cost of living 



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4) Attempt to confine expenses 

5) Amount has been completely inadequate in the past 

6) Painting lodge this year, improving of roads next year 

7) Same amount 

8) More active organization anticipated 

9) Different types of programs anticipated 

10) More money needed 

11) More activities 

12) Same 

13) Same budget for several years 

14) Revitalized organization anticipated 
15-16) Same 

17) Outside speakers and musicians anticipated 

18) Very conservative figure for planned activities 
19-22) Same 

23) A token gift following example of Home Mission Board 
24—25) Increases according to cost of living 

26) Same 

27) More adequate coverage for work needed 

28) Minister Youth/ Family Services ( 2) 6, 500. 00 .00 . 00 

29) Summer Youth Missions ( 2) 2,400. 00 593. 50 2, 400. 00 

OFFICE EXPENSE 

39) Maintenance 3, 660. 00 2, 06 2, 90 3, 660. 00 

Rent (2,400.00) ( 1,400.00) ( 2,400.00) 

Electricity ( 230.00) ( 113.44) ( 230.00) 

Water ( 80.00) ( 30.24) ( 80.00) 

Fuel ( 600.00) ( 256.84^ ( 600.00) 

Janitor - ( 200.00) ( 218.60) ( 200.00) 

Miscellaneous ( 150.00) ( 43.78) ( 150.00) 

31) Telephone: General 1,600,00 748.34 1,600.00 
82) Minister Y/F Services 240.00 .00 .00 

33) Postage 1, 400. 00 1, 147. 24 2, 000. 00 

34) Supplies 800.00 849.73 1,000.00 

35) Equipment (Copy Machine) .00 .00 700.00 

36) Equipment Repair 100.00 63.20 100.00 

37) Insurance (Fire, Theft, Liability) 30.00 .00 5 4.00 

38) Workman's Compensation Insurance 325.00 316.00 100.00 

39) Directories: City & Cross Country. 

Ref; 100.00 56.90 100. 00 

OTHER EXPENSES 

40) Superintendent's Travel Allowance 1,440.00 840.00 1,840.00 

41) Superintendent's Housing Allowance 2,600. 00 1,520.00 2,600.00 

42) Superintendent's Retirement 700.00 291.69 700.00 

43) Superintendent's Insurance 1,09 5.00 582.71 1,09 5.00 

44) Christmas Bonuses 350.00 .00 350.00 

45) Social Security: Superintendent 1,408.00 316.00 1.008.00 

46) Office Assistant 325.00 184.25 340.00 

47) Secretaries 175.00 123.82 235.00 

48) Gamp Superintendent 111.00 61.48 116.00 

49) Convention and Conferences 500.00 383.15 500.00 

50) Printing 1,200.00 658.48 1,200.00 

51) Service Contracts 300.00 194.6 5 300.00 

52) Incidentals 400. 00 67. 23 400. 00 

28) Eliminated by Board vote 

29) Same 
30-31) Same 

32) Eliminated 

33) To allow for increase in cost of postage 

34) To allow for increase in cost of paper ' 

35) Needed equipment 

36) Same 

37) Normal increase 

38) More realistic figure 



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39) Same 

40) Normal increase 
41-44) Same 

45) Back to normal after one year's catch-up 
46 —48 Normal increases 
49-52 Same 

MINISTER YOUTH/FAMILY SERVICES: 

Housing and Utilities (2) 1,200.00 

Travel (2) 1,700.00 

Retirement 200. 00 

Speakers, etc. 100. 00 

TOTALS 



.00 
.00 
. 00 
.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 



$65,304.00 $29,894.44 $60,881.00 



1974 Budget Supplement 

(1) Part-time Secretaries -» Baptist State Convention 

(2) Minister Youth/Family Service -- Baptist State Convention 

(3) Summer Missions -- Baptist State Convention 

1975 Tentative Budget Supplement 

(1) Part-time Secretaries -- Baptist State Convention 

(2) Summer Missions -- Baptist State Convention 

1974 Pledged Income 

Church Pledges for Missions 
Church Pledges for Camp 
Secretaries •- Baptist State Convention 
Summer Missions Baptist State Convention 

Total expected income 

CHURCHES PRESENTING PERFECT LETTERS 

.\ngier Avenue Gorman 

Bells Grace 

Braggtown Guess Road 

Calvary Hollo way Street 

Carrboro Homestead Heights 

Cedar Fork Hope Valley 

First, Durham Immanuel 

Edgemont Lowe's Grove 

Faith Lystra 

Fieldcrest Mount Gilead 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Five meetings of the Associational Board were held during the 197 3-74 Associ- 
ational year. The scheduled July meeting was canceled because no significant 
item of business needed attention. 

Two words characterize each of the five meetings: brevity and harmony. No 
meeting lasted longer than 45 minutes. The meetings were marked by openness of 
discussion that indicated differences of thought, but with forbearance for the opjn- 
ions of others. Each meeting concluded with a period of congenial fellowship dur- 
ing which Board members shared a variety of refreshments provided by the host 
churches: Ephesus, Cedar Fork, Holloway Street, and Mount Hermon. 

Devotional periods of two of the Board meetings were enriched by the music of 
the Laverty family. At Holloway Street it was John with his violin and Mary Ruth 
at the piano, and at Mount Hermon it was John at the piano with Tim singing. 

The most significant actions taken by the Board other than those related to the 
day-to-day work of the various organizations were the following: 

1. At Ephesus, November 20, the Finance Committee was authorized to apply 
to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina for $2,500 to be used for office 
help and $1,400 to be used to employ two summer student workers, one white and 
one black. 

2. At Holloway Street, February 12, the Associational budget was approved. 
The Moderator was empowered to appoint a Parliamentarian, and the Moderator 
announced that the Clerk had been instructed by the Executive Committee to print 



$2,004. 00 
4,600.00 
1. 400.00 



2. 004. 00 
1,400.00 



$53,692. 00 
625.00 
2, 004. 00 
1. 400. 00 

$57,721.00 



Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Page Road 
Parkwood 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Trinity 



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the 1973 minutes in keeping with the requirement of the Constitution that only 
immersed members of churches be counted. The effect of this ruling would be that 
blanks would appear by the name of any church for which the number of immersed 
members was not known. He further stated that unless overruled by the Board or 
the Association, this would be the policy of the Association so long as the pres= 
ent Constitution was in force. 

3. At Cedar Fork, May 14, the Board voted to purchase from Crown Investment 
Corporation 13 acres of land adjacent to the Yates Camp for the sum of approxi- 
mately $10,000. The land was acquired to offset the anticipated acreage loss to 
the Falls of Neuse Reservoir Project proposed by the Army Corps of Engineers. 
The Board also voted for the Moderator to write each member church requesting a 
one-time gift of S50 - SlOO to initiate the land purchase. 

4. At Ephesus, September 3, the Board approved a recommendation of the Future 
Development Committee that the Finance Committee incorporate into its proposed 
budget for the 1974-75 year an it^em of approximately $11,000 for a Director of 
Church and Community Ministries. The recommendation was made with the thought 
that such a person Vv'ould be an associate to the Superintendent of Missions. Of 
the Salary, approximately $6,700 would be paid by the Baptist State Convention 
and the Home Mission Board. 

5. At Mount Hermon, October 8, the Future Development Committee recommend- 
ed, and the Board approved, rescinding the action taken at Ephesus which request- 
ed the Finance Committee to include a Director of Church and Community Minis- 
tries in the nev; budget. The Future Development Committee Chairman stated that 
the Committee, because of the small attendance at Ephesus and the narrow margin 
of approval, had made an extensive survey am.ong pastors and Board members to 
ascertain if the degree of support would really warrant the inclusion of a second 
staff person in the Associational budget. The survey indicated that the most 
practical thing to do was to drop the idea of employing another person and encour- 
age each church to help provide volunteer workers for Associational ministry op- 
portunities. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. M. Winecoff, Moderator 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

1974 was our year to clean-up, paint-up, and fix-up. We saw the LODGE rejuve- 
nated by the fresh paint, green grass, stepping stones, split-rail fence, shrubbery, 
and finally, the dedication plaque was applied. 

The CHAPEL was made usable by some clearing of brush and general spruce-up. 
The POND looks very nice now that the banks have been cleared of tall grass 
around the edge. SIGNS at the approach on Ilwy. 98 and at the gate were repainted, 
giving a respectable appearance and clear instructions and directions concerning 
the ownership and use of the facilities. 

At the May Board meeting the Association passed a motion that authorized the 
purchase of approximately 13 acres of land which adjoins our property. Apprecia- 
tion is expressed to Mr. A. B. Stone, a former chairman of this committee. Mr. 
Stone's vision in seeing the future need for this parcel of land prompted him to 
make the purchase possible this year at the 1970 value, plus interest since that 
time. 

The future development still hinges upon the outcomic of negotiations with the U. 
S. Army Corps of Engineers regarding the Falls Lake Project. Efforts will be made 
to redraw the severance line to allow us to retain ownership of some of the most 
desirable areas for present and future use. 

Hopefully, 1975 will be the year to see definite plans made concerning more 
buildings for year-round use - perhaps cabins in clusters or a combination lodging/ 
meeting type of structure. And, of course, we look forward to a good swimming 
pool. 

This year 29 of our churches used the camp; 848 adults and 856 children and 
youth. One thing that limits utilization of the facilities on a year-round basis is 
that only 14 persons can be accommodated in the bunks of the Lodge. Out of a 
possible 365 days of use, only 124 reservations were made. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Patrick Collins, Chm. 



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REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



We are grateful for the blessings of the past year in our Association, and we 
are optimistic about the coming year. To be pessimistic is to eliminate ourselves 
from a right to leadership by lack of faith and vision! 

The Vacation Bible School Clinic on April 30 in the Temple Church was attend- 
ed by 177 persons, and was well received. On May 9 in the Westwood Church there 
was an interpretation clinic on the current "Reach Out" emphasis in our Conven- 
tion. Plans are now in the making for four age-group clinics (Pre-school, Children, 
Youth, and Adult) in our Association on one-night stands, and will be announced 
soon. 

On March 10 and 11, 1975, a Central Training School is to be held in Grey 
Stone Church. The school will be staffed by personnel from the Sunday School 
Board and will offer training in the revised Sunday School Administrative books. 
In a computer print-out of the eight largest population centers in our state, Durham 
was selected as one of the locations for these special studies in both general and 
age-group books. We are grateful that we will be one of the first to get this special 
training. All of our churches are urged to clear these calendar dates and make an 
effort to have every Sunday School officer and teacher in attendance. 

An excellent slate of officers has been enlisted for the new year, and we be- 
lieve that it w:ll be our best. We covet the cooperation of every church, every 
pastor, and every member in the Sunday School program. We all need each other! 
Please join us! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ed Kissiah, Director 

REPORT OF DEACONS' COMMITTEE 

Praise the Lord for a very exciting year with the Deacons in our Association. 
During the year wonderful events took place. Members on the Committee were W. 
J. Peters, Morris Currin, Preston Hall, J. Louis Colclough, and Roy W. Lowder, 
chairman. 

The annual Deacons' Night was held January 29th at the Immanuel Church on 
Hillsborough Road. We were blessed by The J. C. Power and Light Company from 
Duke University as they came to sing a variety of religious songs. Each member 
also shared his personal Christian testimony. 

After the singing, the deacons divided into small groups for sharing and discuss- 
ing the roll of a deacon. The comments were very interesting. Coffee and cookies 
were served at the closing. 

There were definite reasons for the success that we had during the year. The 
most important reason was Jesus Christ, because with our eyes on Him, we had 
spiritual power to get on with our plans and get the job done. 

But I want to give praise also to the Reverend Hubert Mumford and his wonder- 
ful Christian leadership. It was his positive Christian joy and excitement that got 
our Committee on the right road. He met several times with the Chairman to give 
support and ideas as to the right kind of programs for our deacons' meetings. 

It was Reverend Mumford, being led by the Holy Spirit, who directed the Dea- 
cons' Meeting in March when Reverend Bob Tremaine came to be with us. The 
meeting was held at Grace Church and about 400 people were present. The dea- 
cons throughout the Association are still excited over this tremendous man of God 
and our program. 

Mr. George Archer and the Men's Choir from Grey Stone Church blessed our 
souls with beautiful music, especially with '"The King Is Coming". 

Thank you. Reverend Mumford and Grey Stone, for all your help. Our plans and 
programs for 1974-1975 are even more exciting than ever. The Deacons' Com- 
mittee asks for your prayers and support of our programs in the days ahead, and 
"To God Be The Glory". 

Respectfully submitted, 
Roy Lowder, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordination Committee was called upon by two churches to assist in the ex- 
amination of two candidates for the ministry. After examination, they were recom- 
mended by the Committee to their churches for ordination. 



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On December 4, 1973, Mr. Paul Mauney, at the request of Parkwood Baptist 
Church. 

On August 1, 1974, Mr. Norman Gossett, at the request of Grace Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Howard Corley, Chairman 

REPORT OF STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

Meetings of this Committee were held several times over the past year in order 
that the constitutional responsibilities of cooperating with and promoting the work 
of the Baptist Student program be accomplished. We completed a project in the 
spring of 1974 which dealt with getting the names of high school seniors from 
churches in the Association and sending them a letter encouraging them to partici- 
pate in the BSU activities at their respective colleges. Included with that letter 
were two brochures giving general information about BSU activities and one which 
gave specific information about each BSU organization in North Carolina colleges. 

At present, the Committee is involved in getting information from the BSU 
centers concerning outreach teams, retreat groups, and other resources available 
to the churches in the Yates Association. When this information is collected, it 
will then be distributed to all the churches. 

This Committee has also begun work, with the cooperation of Mr. Mumford and 
the Youth Advisory Committee, toward getting an Apostoloi~Team to work in our 
Association during the summer of 1975. This would be a team of four young people 
working through the Department of Student Ministries of the State Convention. 
Their main function Vv'ould be to work in the churches of our Association in terms 
of youth ministries, Vacation Bible Schools, recreational activities, worship 
services, etc. 

The Student Work Committee has been able to begin setting some guidelines 
and goals for our work and we look forward to the prospects ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clay Warf, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL 

If numbers are to be used to gauge success, the most successful events this 
year "happened" in February with the Arts and Crafts Fair and in March with 
a Spring Banquet. The Ans and Crafts Fair at Grey Stone drew the largest number 
of people for any event planned by the YAC. A talent show preceded the viewing 
of the booths and the announcement of the winners in three categories. All ages 
were involved. The Spring Banquet drew the largest crowd of youth to attend a 
single event at which the youth from Watts Street presented the program in dramat- 
ic relevancy along with the singing group "Celebration", members of the BSU at 
U. N. C. 

Other events involved the film, "The Occult", an Easter drama written, directed 
and produced by the youth of Faith Church, and a "Splash" party. Several events 
were canceled due to lack of response from churches in the Association. 

In May we lost our chairperson. As the year progressed, other members moved 
away, causing some difficulty in maintaining continuity. As a result of this and 
other factors, the YAC has decided to change the format somewhat and plan 
quarterly HAPPENINGS as opposed to monthly events. 

One major plan for the coming year is to have an Apostoloi Team join us for ten 
weeks in the summer. They will be available for any church to use in a variety of 
ways. The YAC will be responsible for scheduling them in various churches. In 
order to maintain an effective ministry which will speak to the youth of Yates 
Association, the YAC needs the cooperation of all churches. Especially would 
this Committee like to be of service to those churches lacking staff in the area of 
youth work. We would like your suggestions regarding how this Committee can 
best meet your needs. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Nancy Hildebran, 

Denny Turner, Co-chairpersons 

REPORT OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

The Future Development Committee has been in existence since 1972. It was 
an outgrowth of an earlier Committee, called City and Metropolitan Study Com- 



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mittee. 

As this Committee began its work, the first concern was to establish some 
guidelines -- to come to grips with what we believed to be our assignment. Sub- 
sequently, we came to see that ours was a job that would not be short-lived and 
that there were three main areas of concern: (1) To get a clear picture of our 
Associational organizational structure and make recommendations in this area; (2) 
To study the objectives of the Association and explore areas of weakness and 
make recommendations; (3) To study the make-up of the Associational staff, 
divisions of labor, additional needs. 

On each of these areas some work has been done; however, the work has been 
hindered by several basic things: continual changes in personnel on the Com- 
mittee, resignation of Associational staff, and divisive issues that cause tern.- 
porary deterioration in the fellowship. 

While we saw our task embracing these three main areas, we also soon realized 
that all were inter-related. For instance, changes in objectives and Associational 
programs call for changes in structure, etc. We have tried to keep all of this in 
mind as we worked. 

Many of you have been here much longer than I have and you are more aware of 
the changes in the Associational program. However, a few statements on the past 
might help you to review and new people to understand the situation that now 
exists. (1) History reveals that the budget has grown from $7,000 to $6 5,000. (2) 
Many changes in the Durham-Chapel Hill area have occurred, such as increased 
urbanization, deterioration of cities and increased population. These changes 
necessitate re-evaluation of methods for reaching people and meeting their varied 
needs. (3) Yates Camp, with needs to expand and the tremendous possibilities 
that it holds, has been added during this period. (4) Problems existing in the 
fellowship, that we trust are being worked through, hopefully to lead us to a 
fellowship nore conducive to accomplishing the tasks that are before us. 

During this year, we made one recommendation to the Board concerning a new 
staff position. However, in a subsequent meeting, after a survey of pastors, this 
recommendation was withdrawn because of obvious lack of support. However, as 
we withdrew that recommendation, we made a statement that I wish to reiterate at 
this time. We encourage all pastors and board members (all members of churches) 
to help our Superintendent of Missions find voulnteers to perform the various 
ministries which he and other committees deem most important. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald Goodwin, Chairman 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates 
Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1973. My examin- 
ination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and 
accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing 
procedures as I considered necessary in the circumstances, except that it was not 
practical to extend my examination of income beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and expenditures 
presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association 
for the calendar year ended December 31, 1973, on a basis consistent with that of 
the preceding year. 

Frank D. Nelson, CPA 
Auditor 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1973 

Balance Balance 
Fund 1/1/73 Receipts Expenditures 12/31/73 

General Fund $5,244.51 $54,174.72 $53,498.74 $5,920. 49 

Royal Ambassador 443.83 85.00 488.42 40.41 

Yates Home Development 120.86 6.50 .00 127.36 

Camp Swimming Pool Fund 80.61 4,26 .00 84.87 

Church Expansion Fund ^ 1,010.38 . 00 1,010.38 

Total $5,889.81 $55,280.86 $53,987.16 $7,183.51 



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Cash Balance at December 31, 1973 
Bank 

Petty Cash 

Security Savings and Loan 



$5,900.90 
60.00 
ai., 222. 61 



Total 



$7,183. 51 



REPORT OF THE RESEARCH TRIANGLE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 



Purpose 



The purpose of the Research Triangle Missions Committee as originally ex= 
pressed was to help associations and churches of this area to determine the needs 
of people, and to suggest ways the churches and associations could minister to 
these needs. 

Dissemination of Information 

Of major concern is sharing the information with the churches and associations 
as compiled by this Committee. These suggestions are offered: 

1. Ask one representative from each of the associations represented on this 
Committee to share the information contained in this report with his association at 
the next annual meeting. 

2. Share this information with other groups, such as the Associational Com- 
mittee on Christian Social Ministries, Associational Missions Committee, related 
state committees, officers of churches (such as W. M. U. Presidents, Deacons, 
Church Missions Committees, and Pastors). 

3. Encourage program committees to use some of this material, and when poss° 
ible some of the resource people called on by this Committee, in programs and 
conferences. 

Research People and Agencies 

A. Triangle J. Council of Governments, Research Triangle Park (549-8302) 
The Committee met with a director of this agency who gave valuable inform- 
ation concerning the physical development of this area served by the agency and 
the effects such development, both present and future, will have on the social, 
educational, industrial, and religious life of the area. Information shared by this 
agency can be obtained by any responsible person. 

B. Southeastern Seminary and Related Personnel 

The Committee called upon Dr. Thomas Bland and Dr. Luther Copeland, Pro- 
fessors of Southeastern Seminary, for information and mission philosophy. These 
two shared with the Committee other studies which have been made in the area. 

C. Department of Human Resources, 325 N. Salisbury Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Key Person: Mr. David Flaherty, Secretary of the Department of Human Resources 

Mr. Flaherty was enthusiastic in sharing his concerns with representatives of 
churches and agencies. After two meetings with this informed and enthusiastic 
government official, responsible for hospitals, homes for aged, orphanages, spe- 
cial schools, health services, some licensing boards, the following information, 
observations, and suggestions are made: 

1. Basic philosophy of David Flaherty regarding services. It is the feeling of 
Mr. Flaherty that the number of residents in institutions can be reduced if certain 
conditions can be met. 

a. Improvement in public attitude toward persons who are residents. Many resi- 
dents of institutions are emotionally and physically well enough to return to life 
in their home communities if families and neighbors would accept them. Churches 
can do much to help change attitudes. 

b. Churches and other community institutions can render a great service by 
offering the use of their buildings, enlisting help from their congregations, and 
teaching their people to help take care of the suffering, the aging, and the emo- 
tionally ill. 

c. David Flaherty also points out that much time is spent with a person who is 
committed to a prison, trying to rehabilitate him for society, and such a service 
is needed. But, in contrast, people who are invalids or emotionally handicapped 
and who have done no harm to anyone, are isolated from society and need its help. 

2. Crying needs for ministry. (Needs as set forth by David Flaherty) 
a. Foster homes 

Some persons (both children and adults) who are now in institutions, could be 
better taken care of in Foster Homes. There would be some subsidy available to 
help provide material things and food for those persons. Information on qualifica- 



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tions for such homes can be received by calling the hot line, 1-800-662—7590. 

b. Respite-Centers 

There is need in major cities, and in the associational areas, for a place where 
an invalid, or some other handicapped person, can be left for a little while (over 
the weekend, or for a few days), so as to give the person permanently caring for 
the individual time for vacation, to take necessary trips, to recover from illness, 
and the like. An Association could render this service for an etiitre community. Mr. 
Flaherty informed us that some Federal funds are available for such Centers, and 
could be used toward getting staff members to operate such activities. 

c. The need for church groups to identify with residents of Institutions. 

(1) Individual and personal recognition. If a church member would identify with 
a specific individual in an institution, to promise to pray for him, perhaps to wear 
a bracelet with his name on it, or take gifts on special occasions, the resident 
would feel wanted, and eventually helped. 

(2) Church groups could take on the responsibility of decorating a ward, win- 
dows, etc., and relieve the drab conditions which exist in some wards simply be- 
cause of lack of attention, 

(S) The need for volunteers to go on certain days to help feed persons who 
cannot feed ard help themselves. 

(4) Residents taken out on pass, iiometimes residents of institutions would be 
permitted to go with responsible persons on a few hours pass. Such attention 
would help break the monotony of the institution. 

d. The need for churches to give attention to Senior Citizens. Old people are 
sometimes put into institutions, but could be better cared for in someone's home. 

e. Marriage and the Family. The divorce rate is reaching alarming proportions. 
There is need for churches to provide for family counseling services and help sup- 
port those already existing. 

f. Churches could render some services which are made available through State 
Funds, but have no one to distribute them. Some examples are: 

(1) Food for the hungry (food stamps and other). 

(2) Transportation for the needy. 

(3) Referral service for the needy. 

D. A Handle - A Place to Begin 

1. We recommend that each association have a special representative to com- 
municate with the various agencies and that this person work in conjunction with 
the Christian Social Ministries and the Mission Committees of each association. 

2. That there be a representative in each church to which this information and 
procedures could be referred. 

3. That the President of the W. M. U., each Deacon, Pastor, and Resident of 
Men's groups, be contacted especially by the church representative, and that each 
of these officers, along with others, would be invited to attend conferences where 
these challenges will be presented. 

4. That the heads of agencies and institutions be provided with the names of 
persons in each church seeking to serve the community. 

E. Apartment Ministries 

Apartment Ministries, and the need thereof, was presented to the group by Mr. 
Odell Weaver and Mr. Tom Metts. Each association, through its committees, should 
make the churches of the Association aware of these needs. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Jerreal B. Buchanan, Chairman 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



CASH ON HAND: 



Oct. -Dec. 1973 



$ 6,013.93 



Jan.-Sept. 1974 

$ 5,860.49 



RECEIPTS: 



From Churches 



13 , 259 . 06 
668. 00 
.00 
( 800. 00) 



39,922. 57 



From State Baptist Convention 
Sales Tax Refund 



1, 336.00 
285. 15 



Gift from Will 
Camp Property 
Individual Gifts 



.00 
.00 



850. 00 
117. 00 



.00 



Total Cash Available 



$19,140.99 



$48,371.21 



DISBURSEMENTS: 
Missions: 

Church Expansion 
Evangelism 

Camp: Supt. of Grounds 

Maintenance 

Bond Retirement 

Capital Improvement 
Library & AVA 
Youth Council 
Ministers Conference 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
W. M. U. 
Brotherhood 
Music 

Baptist Student Centers 
Annual Meeting Committee 
Deacons Committee 
Missions Committee 
Foundation Committee 
Literacy Committee 
Future Development Committee 
Contact Teleministry 
Salaries : 
Superintendent 
Office Assistant 
Clerk 

Part-time Secretaries* 
Min. Youth/Family Services* 
Summer Youth Missions* 
Office Expense: 
Rent 

Electricity 
Water 
Fuel 
Janitor 

Miscellaneous 
Telephone: General 

Youth/ Family Service 

Postage 
Supplies 

Equipment Repair 

Fire & Theft Insurance 

Workman's Compensation 

Directories 
Other Expenses: 

Superintendent's Travel 

Superintendent's Housing 

Superintendent's Retirement 

Superintendent's Insurance 

Christmas Bonuses 

Social Security: Superintendent's 
Office Assistant 
Part-time Secretaries 
Camp Superintendent 

Convention & Conferences 

Printing 

Service Contracts on Equipment 
Incidentals 
Minister Youth/Family Services: 

Housing & Utilities* 

Travel* 

Retirement* 



. 00 


90. 29 


3. 36 


206.32 


420. 00 


1. 350.00 


552. 21 


2, 006 . 34 


2, 469.68 


6, 266. 81 


. 00 


555. 00 


7. 10 


161.89 


56. 18 


139.99 


. 00 


110.83 


. 00 


61. 50 


.00 


7. 18 


75.88 


853.22 


115. 34 


130. 12 


7.36 


.00 


300. 00 


. 00 


374. 01 


2. 75 


. 00 


147. 16 


20. 77 


255. 29 


.00 


120.00 


. 00 


60. 88 


. 00 


8. 85 


. 00 


167. 50 


2, 149. 98 


6,449.94 


1*260.00 


4, 050. 00 


350. 00 


.00 


905.63 


2, 553. 57 


358. 33 


.00 


211.70 


949.45 


600. 00 


1,800.00 


25. 76 


185. 42 


12.96 


38.88 


30. 33 


256. 84 


113.48 


279. 16 


9. 44 


49.94 


385. 29 


875.67 


20. 00 


. 00 


243. 46 


1, 531. 10 


82. 20 


1, 136.80 


13. 00 


73.73 


. 00 


48.90 


88.00 


140.06 


.00 


90.65 


330.00 


1, 080. 00 


648.00 


1,952. 00 


125. 01 


375.03 


97.74 


798. 11 


250. 00 


. 00 


.00 


844. 00 


76.6 2 


236.89 


50.96 


147.98 


25.47 


79. 04 


.00 


383. 15 


187.91 


746.02 


111. VJU 


194. 65 


3. 07 


86 '. 68 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 



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Speakers, Etc.* 50.00 
Miscellaneous : 

N C S^les Tax P;iid fi''. '^^^ 
Other (additional camp property) . 00 


.00 
107.00 


TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $13, 280. 50 


$40, 437.96 


Cash on Hand, General Fund, September 30, 1974 


$ 7,933.25 


* Indicates Supplement from BSC 




SUMMARY OF SPECIAL FUNDS 
R. A. Sports Fund 




Balance at Beginning of Year 

Avt>\-'dL>tO . \J\J 

Disbursements 


$ 40.41 
.00 


Balance at End of Year 


$ 40.41 


Camp Expansion Fund 




Gift from Will 


$ 2.425.28 


Balance at End of Year 


$ 2,425.28 


M. T. Yates Home Development Fund 




T^silfinno At Rpp'inninP' nf Vpar 

Interest Earned $ 6.50 


*P iiCU, OD 


Balance at End of Year 


$ 127. 36 


Camp Swimming Pool Fund 




Balance at Beginning of Year 

Interest Earned $ 4.26 


$ 80 61 


Balance at End of Year 


$ 84.87 


Church Expansion 





Balance at Beginning of Year S 1, 000.00 

Interest Earned $ 10. 38 



Balance at End of Year $ 1, 010. 38 

Summer Mission Work 

Balance at End of Year $ 75.00 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

"The Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us . . . full of grace and truth" 
(John i:14). With the challenge of the watchword for 197 3-74 before us, the 
Yates Woman's Missionary Union launched into a year of opportunity. We culti- 
vated an understanding of how to communicate the validity of the Bible to others 
in today's world and an understanding of ways in applying the Bible to problems 
of our time. Another emphasis during tht- year was Bible study and an outreach to 
others. 

The Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was observed in cooperation with the 
Black Women of Durham, November 5, 1973. The day meeting was held at Mount 
Vernon Baptist Church with approximately forty in attendance. The night meeting 
was at Braggtown Baptist Church with approximately seventy -five in attendance. 
Women from both groups participated on the program. This special day has been 
observed in our association for several years and each year we feel a depth of 
growth, and a unity with our fellow Christians for the purpose of sharing the love 
of Christ with others. 

During the Week of Prayer for Home Missions, Mr. Jimmy Hinson, an Associate 
in Evangelism of North Carolina State Convention, presented ideas in reaching 
people in the Durham area, using the book The Cutting Edge as the basis for his 
presentation. This two-night study was held at Grace Church with approximately 
fifty enrolled. 

On April 27 the Baptist Women sponsored an Associational Prayer Retreat at 
Yates Camp Grounds. An inspirational Bible study was presented by Dr. Robert 



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Winecoff, Pastor of Mount Hermon Baptist Church. Mr. Burtt Potter from the State 
Convention shared with the group ways and experiences of reaching people for 
Christ. 

On August 27, W. M. U. Youth Night was held at the Rose of Sharon Baptist 
Church. The theme for the meeting was, ''Finding a Purpose for Living". A Choral 
reading and several selections of music was presented by the youth of Durham 
Memorial Baptist Church under the direction of Mrs. Fred Howerton. Miss Jolene 
Ivey, Acteens Director of North Carolina, presented a challenging message about 
finding God* s purpose for one's life and being committed to that purpose. Rev. 
Clell Gibson, Pastor of Braggtown Baptist Church, gave a challenging invitation 
of committing one's self to Jesus Christ. 

The Twenty-Fifth Annual Session of the Yates Woman's Missionary Union was 
held at Grey Stone Baptist Church on April 23, 1974. The theme for the meeting 
was "Sharing Christ Through His Word". Printed below is the program used in the 
celebration of our Twenty-Fifth Anniversary. 

Tuesday Afternoon 
5:00 P.M. 

Meditation Music Organist 

Call To Order Mrs. W. T. Dorrity 

Hymn "Lead On, O King Eternal" . . No. 417 

Invocation Rev. Malbert Smith 

Welcome Mrs. Bryce Bates 

Response Mrs. Frank Nelson 

Glimpse of History , . Mrs. Vernon Weaver 

Business Session Committee R eports; Election of Officers 

Installation of Officers Miss Sara Ann Hobbs 

Solo "God of Our Strength" Mrs. Fred Howerton 

Looking At Today Miss Sara Ann Hobbs 

Hymn "Word of God, Across the Ages" No. 176 

Prayer and Thanksgiving for Evening Meal 

Supper 
630 - 7:15 

Tuesday Evening 
7:30 P. M. 

Meditation Music .Organist 

Call To Worship "Sweet, Sweet Spirit" Grey Stone Choir 

Organ Interlude 

Hymn "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" . No, 286 

Call To Prayer Mrs. Crate Tones 

Recognition of Visitors 

Special Anniversary Feature Mrs. Gilmer Ci;oss 

Challenge For Tomorrow Mrs. W. B. Harrill 

Anthem "Ye Shall Be My Witnesses" Choir 

Message For The Hour Mrs, R. L. Mathis 

Choral Benediction "King All Glorious" Choir 

Hostess Churches 
Group I 

Mrs. Paul Mitchell, Leader 

Carrboro Guess Road Mount Hermon Watts Street 

Braggtown Immanuel Rose of Sharon Westwood 

Grey Stone Mount Moriah University 

During the Evening Program a Special Anniversary Feature honoring Past 
Presidents was observed. 

Twelve ladies have served as Presidents in our Association over the twenty- 
five years. We were pleased to have with us on this special occasion nine of the 
twelve. One is deceased. Mrs. George E. Harward, first president, was present. 
These ladies v;ere presented a corsage and gift to show appreciation for their fine 
leadership. 

It is interesting to note that twenty-five years ago on April 22, 1949, the Yates 



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W. M. U. held its first Annual Meeting at Bethesda Church with Mrs. W. B. Byers, 
Superintendent (as r.he office was called then) presiding. A note v;as read from 
her expressing her regretsi of not being able to attend due to health reasons. 
Twenty-five years and one day later we observed our Twenty-fifth Anniversary. 

Over the twenty-five years women in our Association have been made aware of 
local needs as Vv'ell as needs around the world through W. M. U. God has truly 
blessed us in many ways. 

We express a word of gratitude to the churches who so graciously provided for 
our needs at various meetings during the year. We have felt the "Sweet, Sweet 
Spirit" among us and "We know that it was the presence of the Lord". 

The following have served as presidents of Yates Woman's Missionary Union 
from 1948 through 1974: 

Mrs. George Harward 1948 Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr. 1962-64 

Mrs. W. B. Byers 1948-51 Mrs. W. J. Broadwell 1964-66 

Mrs. R. D. Holleman 1951-53 Mrs. Carlton O. Couch 1966-68 

Mrs. E. T. Newton, Sr. 1953-55 Mrs. Robert E. Gray 1968-70 

Mrs. R. L. Costner 1955-57 Mrs. V. J. Chance 1970-72 

Mrs. H. S,. Mumford 1957 -59 Mrs. W. T. Dorrity 1972-74 

Mrs. Vernon Weaver 1959 -61 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. W. T. Dorrity 

REPORT OF MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council of the Yates Baptist Association met three times during the 
past season in executive meetings to plan the work of the Associational music 
emph ases. 

An associational Hymn Sing was held on Sunday, October 21, 1973, at the 
Braggtown Baptist Church. 

An associational choir provided music at the sessions of the Annual Meeting on 
October 29, and 30 (at Parkwood and Rose of Sharon churches). 

As this associational year ended, plans were being finalized for a special 
choral workshop to be held Saturday, November 9, 1974, at Grey Stone Baptist 
Church. This is to feature the nationally-known composer of sacred music and 
youth musicals, Ralph Carmichael. In addition there will be classes for vocal and 
choral methods, and for children's choir techniques, led by authorities in those 
fields. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John T. Laverty, Director 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Resolved, that we express grateful appreciation 

To: Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator of this Association, for his tireless, tactful 
and efficient presiding over this 26th annual meeting of The Yates Association; 
to Harrell Perry for recording the minutes of this meeting; to Rev. Hubert S. Mum- 
ford, Superintendent of Missions; to all committees, and those who have worked so 
faithful to make this session informative and challenging. 

To our speakers, Dr. Nathan Brooks, Rev. Everette Smith and Rev. Hubert Mum- 
ford for inspiring messages; and to Dr. Mark Corts, our visiting minister, for bring- 
ing the two special, challenging messages. 

To our Music Director, choir and musicians for the most inspiring musical 
messages possible. 

Also, we would like to thank our associational churches, Lowe's Grove and 
Lakewood for the use of their buildings and gracious hospitality; to Braggtown for 
graciously providing a place for the Tuesday meeting and lunch; and to The Group 
3 Churches (Calvary, Cheek Heights, Durham Memorial, Faith, Fieldcrest. First, 
Gorman, Grace, Holloway Street, Plainviev;, Red Mountain and Ridgecrest) for 
assisting in providing the noon day meal for those in attendance. 

Let us also remember in Christian love those who have passed on to be with the 
Lord, and the families that cherish the memories of these loved ones. 

That we acknowledge our complete dependence upon All Mighty God and give 
Him the glory for whatever has been accomplished in the Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion this past year. Let us beseech Him for guidance and be challenged to reach 



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upward to greater goals in The Kingdoms work in this Association in the coming 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James E. Holland, 
Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 
Mrs. Robert Helms, 
Resolutions Committee 

REPORT OF THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE 

The Nominations Committee wishes to place the following in nomination for 
officers of our Association: 

Moderator Dr. Robert M. VVinecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388,27705 383-1454 
Vice Moderator 

Clerk Harrell Perry. 204 Pineview Road, 27707 489-5582 

Treasurer Mrs. W". A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 

Auditor Frank Nelson, 1519 Ruffin Street 27701 688-6488 

i Respectfully submitted, 

W. J. Broadv/ell, Chairman 

YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
In The Minutes 



1975 


Hope Valley 


1983 


Lowe' s Grove 


1990 


Bethesda 




Cresset 




Mount Carmel 


1991 


Yates 


1976 


Homestead Heights 


1984 


University 




Olive Branch 




Fieldcrest 




Watts Street 


1992 


Temple 


1977 


Page Road 


1985 


Durham Memorial 




Angier Avenue 




Parkwood 




Cheek Heights 


1993 


Red Mountain 


1978 


Bells 


1986 


Holloway Street 




Ephesus 




Cedar Fork 




Immanuel 


1994 


Grey Stone 


1979 


Lystra 


1987 


Trinity 




Edgemont 




Braggtown 




Gorman 


1995 


Carrboro 


1980 


Berea 


1988 


Guess Road 




Grace 




Mount Pisgah 




Calvary 


1996 


Lakewood 


1981 


Mount Mori ah 


1989 


Plainview 




First 




Mount Gilead 




Westwood 


1997 


Mount Hermon 


1982 


Rose of Sharon 


1990 


Park View 


1998 


Faith 



Ridgecrest 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 
Organized November 7, 1948 



Date 



Place 



1949 Oct. 25 Ephesus 
Oct. 26 Grey Stone 

1950 Oct 24 Lowe' s Grove 
Oct. 25 Temple 

1951 Oct. .36- Edgemont 
Oct- 31 Red Mountain 

1952 Oct. 28 Lystra 
Oct. 29 Braggtown 

1953 Oct. 27 Mt. Pisgah 

Oct. 28 Durham Memorial 

1954 Oct. 26 Bells 

Oct. 27 Watts Street 

1955 Oct. 25 Yates 
Oct. 26 Cedar Fork 

1956 Oct. 30 Gorman 
Oct. 31 Berea 

1957 Oci. 29 Temple 
Oct. 30 Mt. Gilead 

1958 Oct. 28 Angier Avenue 
Oct. 29 Mt. Moriah 

1959 Oct, 27 Grace 
Oct. 28 Calvary 

1960 Oct. 25 Holloway Street 
Oct. 26 Immanuel 

1961 Oct. 24 Bethesda 
Oct. 25 We stwood 

1962 Oct. 30 Grey Stone 
Oct. 31 Ephesus 

1963 Oct. 29 Lakewood 
Oct. 30 Mt'. Carmel 

1964 Oct. 27 Olive Chapel 
Oct. 28 Olive Branch 

1965 Oct. 26 Carrboro 



Moderator 

J. T. Edwards 



Clerk 

C. C. Smith 



Preacher 

H. G. Hammett 



John Knight 
R. D. Holleman 
W. B. Carr 
W. B. Carr 
R. D. Holleman 
R. D. Holleman 



James P. Morgan J. T. Lennon 



C. N. Royal 
Charles A. Maddry 
G. Fred Lipe 
Jack B. Wilder 
Robert Costner 
Dennis Hockaday 



Calvin Knight 
B. W. Rogers 
B. W. Rogers 
Harrell B. Perry 
Harrell B. Perry 
Charles A. Maddry Harrell B. Perry 
Charles A. Maddry Harrell B. Perry R. E. Scarlett 
H. C. Bradshaw Harrell B. Perry John T. Burn 

H. C. Bradshaw Harrell B. Perry 

Victor S. Dowd Harrell B. Perry 

Victor S. Dowd Harrell B. Perry 

W. Jethro Broadwell Harrell B. Perry 
W. Jethro Broadwell Harrell B. Perry 
J. Russell Barbee Harrell B. Perry 
J. Russell Barbee Harrell B. Perry 



Oct. 27 



;. Hermon 



1966 Oct. 25 Guess Road 
Oct. 26 Fellowship 

1967 Oct. 24 First Baptist 
Oct. 25 Ridgecrest Baptist 

1968 Oct. 29 University 
Oct. 30 Plainview 

1969 Oct. 28 Yates Baptist 
Oct. 29 Gorman Baptist 

1970 Oct. 27 Parkview 
Oct. 28 Faith 

1971 Oct. 25 Edgemont 
Oct. 26 Grey Stone 

1972 Oct. 23 Angier Avenue 
Oct. 24 Mt. Moriah 

1973 jct. 29 Parkwood 
Oct. 30 Rose of Sharon 

1974 Oct. 28 Lowe' s Grove 
Oct. 29 Braggtown 

L akewood 

State Committee reports contained in Book of Reports and North Carolina State Conven- 
tion Annual. 



Ray K. Hodge 
Ray K. Hodge 
Bruce C. Little 
Bruce C. Little 
Ned L. Mathews 
Ned L. Mathews 
John Clayton 
John Clayton 
Robert Winecoff 



Harrell B. Perry 
Harrell B. Perry 
Harrell E, Perry 
Harrell B. Perry 
Harrell B. Perry 
Harrell B. Perry 
Harrell B. Perry 



Victor S. Dowd 
Henry B. Anderson 
W. L. Pearson, Jr. 
Vlaude Graham 
Warren T. Carr 
Malbert Smith, Jr. 
B. E. White, Jr. 
Russell Barbee 
J. Allison Fogleman 
Ernest Holt 
Julian Motley 
R. F. Smith, Jr. 
Crate Jones 
Warren Kerr 



Harrell B. Perry Henry Turlington 
Harrell B. Perry Everette J. Smith 



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MEMBERS DECEASED DURING THE YEAR 

Angier Avenue: Billy Browning, Mrs. Lula Critcher, Mrs. Fadine Gooch, Mrs. Alice 
Higgins, Miss Ehrel Ladd, Miss Lecta Mangum, Mrs.Sallie Mobley, Leon Price 
(deacon), Mrs. Meredith Sloan, Mrs. Anita Smith, Mrs. C. W. Stallings, Mr. Gar- 
vin Strickland. Mrs. Maggie Swain, Mrs. Blanche Thomas, Jasper Wilson. 

Berea: Hubert Massey. 

Bethesda: Mrs. Hattie Browning, Clyde T. Edgeton, Mrs. Fettie Ellis, William C. 

Green, Mrs. J. Percy Jones, Bud Mathis, Judson Ship, Mrs. Ruth Stallings. 
Braggtown: Mrs. Mary Bennett, Mrs. W. H. Bright, J. S. Carter, Mrs. L. G. Holle- 

man, Sr., R. L. Jeffries, D. D. Layton, H.J. Melvin, Mrs. C. L. O'Briant, Mrs. 

P. B. Tippett. 

Calvary: James Brady (deacon), Mrs. Daisy Martin, Mrs. W. A. Painter, Mr. J. M. 
Phipps. 

Carrboro: Raymond Andrews, Robert Andrews, John Hoenig, Mrs. Bertie Lloyd, 

Mrs. Paul Tripp, Mrs. W. L. Upchurch, Sr., Mrs. Ida Watts. 
Cedar Fork: Edwin Green, Mrs. Annie Lee Page, Judson Shipp. 
Cheek Heights: Albert Perry, Vance Seals, Jr., Mrs. Katie Watson, Mrs. Mary 

Edith Wood. 

Cresset: Mrs. Beulah Cashwell, Mrs. Mary Hall, Mrs. Bertie Stephenson. 

Durham, First: Charles G. Averette, Mrs. R. L. Bellamy, Mrs. George Brandon, 

Mrs. Nannie Breedlove, Mrs. Eula Dowdy, Mrs.C. Z. Hatcher, Mrs. Edwin M. 

Holt, Reitzel Horton, Mrs.T. H. Lindsey, E. T. Newton, Sr., Mrs. E. C. Perry, 

Mrs. Harvey Pollard, S. Wilson Roberts. 
Durham Memorial: Mrs. J. D. Coley. 

Edgemont: Mrs. Nora Chappell, Mrs. Nora Dickerson, Mrs. Berta Kountis, Mrs. 

Katherine Moore, R. H. O'Neal, Mrs. Lucille Rhodes, Mrs. Alice Rogers, Mrs. 

Edna Simpson, Mrs. Gladys Veasey, J. O. Veasey, Mrs. Lela Walters, J. L. 

Weatherspoon. 
Ephesus: Mrs. Stuart Greene, Mrs. Gordan Pope. 

Gorman: James Bullock, E. R. Coley, Mrs. Dora Goss, Miss Essie Hicks, Lonnie 
Hicks, Mrs. Ada Johnson, C. S. Moses, Jack Murray, Mrs. W. V. Seaman, Henry 
Shankle, Mrs. Johnnie E. Steinson. 

Grace: Ernest C. Allen, Mrs. A. C. Brantley, G. C. Haithcock, Sr., Mrs. Robert 
Howard, Mrs. H. E. King, Basil M. Watkins, Sr. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. Alpha Adams, Y. W. Adcock, John Allen, Jr., Mrs. Ethel Bowen, 

B. E. Bowman, Mrs. Mary Bowman, Ollie Cheek, Mrs. Ruth Clayton, Mrs. Mary 
Crabtree, Rev. R. H. Dalehite, Mrs. Lessie Eubanks, Mrs, Angle Evans, Mrs. 
Cleo Grubbs, Miss Diane Gupton, Oney Hawley, Ernest Hilliard, Paul Jones, 
Mrs. Mary Lovette, Willie Maynor, Albert Pearce, Clarence Pearson, C. T. Poe, 
Sr.. Fred Sims. Mrs. Ruth Sparks. Miss Mattie Temple, Mrs. Juanita Tilley, Mrs. 
Mary Turner, Mrs. Edna Weiss, Mrs. Lelia Wilkins, Mrs. Cleo Y eager. 

Guess Road: Herbert Couch, Mrs. W. T. Couch, Mrs. W. V. Dorrity, Edgar Gardner, 

Mrs. J. J. Holmes, L. N. Tilley. 
Holloway Street: Mrs. Vallie Carlton, W. W. Green, Mrs. Alton W. Maynard, Donald 

C. Scott, Mrs. Edgar T. Stell, W. H. Yates. 

Immanuel: Quinton Branyley, JoLyn Long, Mrs. Cora McGhee, Bunn Ray. 
Lakewood: Thad W. Hayes. 

Lowe's Grove: A. T. Barbee, Chester Dinaway, Mrs. Annie W. Edwards, A. R. Tapp. 

Mount Carmel: Mrs. Margaret Applegate, C. Preston Buckner, Ben Tripp. 

Mount Gilead: E. M. Carpenter (deacon), Carey Horton, Miss Lillie Johnson, Mrs. 

Leonora W. Strowd. 
Mount Hermon: Oplas Couch, W. A. Hunter. 

Mount Moriah: Miss Mollie Clark, Dr. Thomas Dixon, W. J. Green (deacon). 
Mount Pisgah: Herman Broadwell, Mrs. Eva Cash, Mrs. Elsie Council. 
Olive Branch: Mrs. Arlene Freeman, Mrs. Ada Hill. 
Page Road: Mrs. E. T. Smith. 

Park View: Fred Buchanan, Mrs. Lavon Parks, Bill Tilley. 
Plainview: M. B. Davis, Mrs. Zelma Keeter, J. E. Wilson, 
Red Mountain: Mrs. Nettie Averette, Hubert Harris. 

Ridgecrest: Thomas Clark, Mrs. A. E. Couch, Allen Morgan, Roland Perkins. 
Rose of Sharon: Woodror Bivins, Mrs, Lillie Dunnagan, Clyde Rhew, Mrs. Laura 

Rhew, Mrs. Rosa Lee Wilson. 
Temple: Paul Cheek, Mrs. A. S. Harris, C. M. Hight, J. E. Ladd, Jr., Miss Lois 



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Overton, Mrs. Emily Pickard, Mrs. F. A. Rowe, W. J. Roycroft, Mrs. N. P. San- 
ford, J. T. Scott, Mrs. G. G. Tillotson, Plilip M. Ward (deacon). 
Trinity: W. S. Sorrell. 

University: Mae Charles, Bessie Cheek, L. E. Duncan, Carl Durham, William 
Harris, T. H. Lloyd. 

Watts Street: Mrs. D. C. Barbae, Mrs. J. A. Forlines, Sr., Mrs. Viola L. Houston, 
Mrs. John L. Kirkland, Sr., Mrs. W. G. Peace, Mrs. D. W. Sorrell, J. B. Yelver- 
ton, Jr.. 

Westwood: R. L. Garrard, Mrs. C. A. Jordan, Miss Elizabeth Roberts, Clyde 

Rogers, Mrs. John Stevens. 
Yates: Miss Ruth Collier, W. W. Riddle, Mrs. T. B. Royster. 



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CHURCH DIRECTORY 



Or^nists (or Pianists if No Organists) 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cressett 

Durham, First 

Durham, Memorial 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
W'estwood 
Yates 



Mrs. D. T. Jones 
Mrs. Clarence Goodv;in 
Mrs. Ralph Ellis 
Mrs. Tommy Thomas 
Mrs. Ray Alderson 
Mrs. R. L. Poston 
Mrs. Johnny Ross 
Miss Edythe Green 
Mrs. Tom Alexander 
Steve Yandle 
Mrs. Mel T. Luther 
Mrs. Cecil Vaughan 
Mrs. C. R. Pickett 
Mrs. Norman Tingen 
Mrs. Paul Shambley 
Mrs. Keith M. Cooley 
Mrs. L. S. Tomerson 
Miss Mary Ruth Laverty 
Mrs. Phillip Hartung 
Miss Peggy Clayton 
Mrs. Phyllis Browning 
Mrs. Robert Helms 
Mrs. Marvin R. Pridgen 
Mrs. Zetty Bell 
Mrs. Cecil Howard 
Mrs. Roger King 
John S. Oldham 
Mrs. Kenneth Vickers 
Mrs. Auburn Tripp 
Mrs. Carlton Couch 
Mrs. Clyde Canoll, Jr. 
Miss Diane Goodwin 
Mrs. Tom Ashley Rt. 6 
Mrs. J. R. Tilley 
Miss Debbie Jones 
Mrs. Claudia Greene 
Mrs. Vivian Royster 
Mrs. Sidney Ellis 
Miss Beth Oakley 
Mrs. J. Milton Belcher 
Miss Vangie M. Horton 
Miss Bessie Mann 
Mrs. Robert Culton 
E. Kenneth Harrell 
Mrs. L. E. Stallings 
Mrs, Beth Loeb 



521 Parkview, Durham 27705 
Rt. 2, Apex. N. C. 27502 
Rt. 7, Box 390, Durham, 27707 
1717H S. Miami Blvd., Durham, 27703 
6002 Baird St., Durham, 27705 
102 Rankin Ct., Wako Forest, 27587 
Rt. 3. Box 121, Chapel Hill. 27514 
Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27 560 
1320 Vickers Ave., Durham. 27701 
38 28 Lyckan Park Rd., Durham, 27705 
901 Chalk Level Rd.. Durham, 27704 
2522 Holloway St., Durham, 27703 
Rt. 7, Box 199, Durham, 27707 
Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, 27514 
2003 Medallion Dr., Durham, 2 7704 
1016 Carolina Ave., Durham, 27705 
3621 Redwood Rd., Durham, 27704 
1006 North St., Durham, 27701 
225 Landsbury Dr., Durham, 27707 
2715 Carver St.,' Ext., Durham, 27705 
2112 Broad St., Apt. B5, Durham 
Rt. 1, Box 272U Hillsborough, 27278 
3924 Swathmore Rd., Durham 
1822 Northgate St., Durham, 27702 
1408 James St., Durham, 27707 
3800 S. Alston Ave., Durham, 27707 
Rt. 7, Box 57 lA, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro, 27312 
4813 West Hills Dr., Durham, 

4814 Erwin Rd., Duaham. 27705 
Rt. 3, Apex. 27 502 
, Box 526, Sherron Rd., Durham, 

Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham, 27703 
2221 Stebor Rd., Durham, 27705 
9 Kellom Ct., Durham, 27707 
2107 E. Club Blvd., Durham, 27704 
Rt. 2, Rougemont, 27572 
4907 Seterra Bend, Durham, 27704 
Rt. 2, Box 339, Guess Rd., Durham 
G2 Univ. Apts., Durham, 27701 
225 Forestwood Dr., Durham, 27703 
Lakeshore Dr., Chapel Hill, 27514 
Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
4422 Ryan St., Durham, 27704 
lOOD Colonial Apts., Durham. 27707 



Directors Of Library Services 



Angier Avenue 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

C arrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Ephesus 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 



Mrs. John T. Laverty 
Mrs. Harry Fowler 
Mrs. Ray Corn 
Mrs. Bill Bowers 
Miss Beulah Walton 
Bob Self 

Mrs. Ollie Yeargen 
Mrs. Virgil Watkins 
Mrs. Sandra Blake 
Mrs. Wallace Stanley 
Mrs. W. C. Davis 
Mrs. Sterling Gann 
Mrs. Denny L. Turner 



1006 North St.. Durham, 27701 
Box 11383, Durham, 27 7 3 
221 Latta Rd., Durham, 27704 
104 Kings Mtn. Ct., Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 2, Morrisville, 27 560 
3536 Roxboro Rd., Durham, 27704 
3710 Hulon Dr., Durham, 27705 
2501 State St., Durham, 27704 
6 24 Lynn Rd., Durham, 27703 
3720 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, 27707 
3624 Gooch Rd., Durham, 27704 
1504 Logan St., Durham, 27704 
1611 Amberly Dr., Durham, 27704 



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Grey Stone 
I 111 ma nu el 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Caxniel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Ridgecrest 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
We St wood 
Yates 



Mrs. John Freeman 
Mrs. Gene Smith 
Mrs. H. B. Finch 
Mrs. Cheryl Conway 
Miss Teresa McCoy 
Mrs. Ben Cheek 
Mrs. A. L. Hearne 
Miss Ann Harrison 
Gene Sears 
Mrs. Robert Toler 
Mrs. Moses Barbour 
Mrs. Herman Mann 
Mrs. Gladys Wheeler 
Mrs. Curtis Floyd 
Mrs. Ethel Crabtree 
David Washburn 
Mrs. Kenneth Evans 
Mrs. Ray Windier 
Hugh L. Dukes 
Mrs. Linwood Tew 
Mrs. Richard Pickett 



1436 Acadia St., Durham, 27704 
2218 Connestoga Dr., Durham, 27707 
3829 Garrett Rd., Durham, 27707 
1713 Jester Rd., Durham, 27707 
Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt, 4, Pittsboro, 27312 
Rt. 7, Box 120, Durham, 27 7 07 
Rt. 3, Apex, 27 502 
Rt. 6, Box 322, Durham, 27703 
Rt. 4, Box 493B, Durham, 27703 
110 W. Lavender St., Durham, 27704 
107 Foxcroft Lane, Durham, 27707 
2 5 56 Ardsley Dr., Durham, 27704 
205 Midland Rd., Durham, 27705 
1000 N. Duke St.. Durham, 27701 
1223 Clinton Rd., Durham, 27703 
Holloway Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
706 Frasier, Durham, 27704 
3121 Pickett Rd., Durham, 27705 



Church Secretaries 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 

Fieldcrest 

First 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 

Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 



Mrs. Allen D. Austin, J 
Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr. 
None 

Mrs. Betty Lamb 
Mrs. H. E. Wilkinson 
Mrs. Ralph Faulkner 
Mrs. James Greene 
None 

Mrs. D. J. Smith 
Mrs. Robert Weatherly 
Mrs. R. T. Foushee 
Miss Brenda Coffield 
Mrs. Norman Tingen 
Mrs. Charles Glasgow 
Mrs. Roger T. DeHart 
Mrs. Edna R. Slaughter 
Mrs. R. J. Thornton 
Mrs. J. H. Royal 
Miss Louise Garrard 
Mrs. Ralph Galloway 
Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford 
Mrs. Lessie Noell 
Mrs. Wayne Atkins 
Mrs. E. C. Cannon 



r. 121 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham, 27703 
Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 

1107 Park Ave., Durham, 27703 
3706 Turrentine St., Durhain, 27704 
3224 Rowena St., Durham, 27703 
135 Amhurst Dr., Durham, 27707 

2611 Wedgedale St., Durham, 27703 
3625 Randolph Rd., Durham, 27705 
109 Joyland Ave., Durham, 27703 
806 Carolina St., Durham, 27705 
Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, 27514 
14 Fletchers Terrace, Durham, 27704 
2509 Bullock Dr., Durham, 27704 
Rt. 8, Box 128.C, Durham, 27704 
Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama, 27503 
4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham, 27705 
1306-H Leon St., Durham, 27705 
5109 Green Oak Dr., Durham, 27705 
1108 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 
4415 Holt School Rd., Durham, 27704 
4424 Hope Valley Rd., Durham, 27707 
3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham, 27705 



Mrs. James Barringer 5808 Lake Elton Rd., Durham, 27707 



Miss Pamela Oakley 

None 

None 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. C. L. Yearwood, 
Mrs. Gordon Price 
Miss Jackie Jenks 
None 

Mrs. Wm. H. Hall 
Mrs. Michael Emory 
Miss Vangie Horton 



Jr. 



Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 



2622 Newquay St., Durham, 27705 
5329 Revere Rd., Durham, 27707 
2A27 Redwood Rd., Durham, 27704 



1705 Stacy Drive, 
3710 Knollwood Dr., 
G-22 University Apts., 



Durham, 27705 
Durham, 27705 
Durham, 27701 



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Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 



Mrs. James E. Harris 
Mrs. Lorraine Blanton 
Mrs. J. P. Whitfield 
Mrs. Joe Burton 
Mrs. Mary Millican 



1200 Clinton Rd., Durham, 27703 
100 S.Columbia St., Chapel Hill, 27514 
P. 0. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
4108 Pavillion Place, Durham, 27705 
2401 Englewood Ave., Durham, 27705 



Stewardship Chairmen 



Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Carrboro 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Edgemont 

Faith 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Hope Valley 

Lakewood 

Lowes Grove 

Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Mori ah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Plainview 
Temple 
University 
Watts Street 



K. B. Tripp 
Carl Brown 
Crandall Nelson 
Dr. Bill Bowers 
Ted Dale 
Marvin Harris 
Miss Virginia Harrison 
D. L. Hall, Sr. 
Leroy Capps 
J. G. Weathers 
R. D. Beard 
Lewis Laws 
W. V. Seagroves 
A. T. Hall 
Leonard Gardner 
G.T. Godwin 
Mrs. J. Bunn Rigg 
Charles Harris 
Edward Roberts 
Frank Patterson 
Mrs. J. M. Mangum 
Tom Adcock 
A. D. Pleasants 
Wayne E. Cash 
Dr. Gilbert Ragland 
Mrs. Kenan Rand 



Rt. 2, Box 115A, Chapel Hill, 27514 
1510 Tyonek Dr., Durham, 27703 
805 W. Murrav Ave., Durham, 27704 
104 Kings Mtn. Ct., Chapel Hill, 27514 
3912 Linden Terrace, Durham, 27705 
26 43 University Dr., Durham, 2 7707 
213 Southerland Ave., Durham 

6408 Parkhaven PI., Durham, 27705 
13 Fletchers Terrace, Durham, 27704 
1712 Hillcrest Dr., Durham, 27705 
2011 Woodrow St., Durham, 27705 
2718 Cammie St., Durham, 27705 
1608 Logan St., Durham, 27704 
1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd., Durham, 27707 
3309 Mossdale Ave., Durham, 27707 
8318 S. Alston Ave., Durham, 27707 
Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 6, Chapel Hill, 27514 
4640 Pinedale Dr., Durham, 27705 
3417 Pickett Rd., Durham, 27707 
4017 Wake Forest Hwy., Durham, 27703 
2513 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham, 27703 
1826 Penrod Rd., Durham, 27703 
200 Seven Oaks Road, Durham, 27704 
402 Elliott Rd., Chapel Hill, 27514 
3000 Devon Rd., Durham, 27707 



5bee 



Youth Directors 



Angier Avenue 

Calvary 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Mount Pisgah 

Plainview 

Ridgecrest 

Temple 

University 

Watts Street 



Robert Phillips 

R. L. Poston 

Robert D. Weatherly 

Bruce Beck 

Miss Nancy Hildebran 

Steven D. Austin 

Denny Turner 

George F. Archer 

Mrs. Meredith Long 

J. Mitchell Simpson 

S. Eric Kyles 

John Deeds 

Kenneth Kelly 

Bob Hudson 

Mrs. George Preddy 

Grady W. Oakley 

M. Clay Warf 

Gene Jester 

Hugh L. Dukes 



120 S. Guthrie St., Durham. 27 7 03 
102 Rankin Ct.. Wake Forest, 27587 
3625 Randolph Rd., Durham, 27705 
907 Blue Stone Rd., Durham, 27703 
123 Mineral Spr. Rd., Durham, 27703 
3307 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
1004 N. Mangum St., Durham, 27701 
3612 Ri Vermont Rd., Durham, 27705 
1808 Chapel Hill Rd., Apt. 8D, Durham 
1016 Iredell St., Durham, 27705 
6310 Garrett Rd., Durham, 27707 
1804 Glendale Ave., Durham, 27704 
2203yt Pine St., Durham, 27707 
Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 
Rt. 5, Box 474, Durham, 27704 
4907 Seterra Bend, Durham, 27704 
1204 Ruffin St., Durham, 27704 
100 S. Columbia St,, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Box 3057, Durham, 27705 



Associate Pastors 



Bethesda 

Carrboro 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Gorman 

Grey Stone 

Temple 



Harry H. Fowler 
Johnny Ross 
Robert D. Weatherly 
Bruce Beck 
Steven D. Austin 
William T. Brogden 
M. Clay Warf 



P. O. Box 11383, Durham, 27703 
Rt. 3, Box 121, Chapel Hill, 27514 
3625 Randolph Rd., Durham, 27705 
907 Blue Stone Rd., Durham, 27703 
3307 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
2109 Pershing St., Durham, 27705 
1204 Ruffin St., Durham, 27701 



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University 
Watts Street 



Gene Jester 
Hugh L. Dukes 



100 S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill, 27514 
Box 3057, Durham, 27705 



Mission Pastors 



Durham, First 



Angier Avenue 
Cedar Fork 
Durham, First 



Durham Memorial 

Gorman 

Grace 



Grey Stone 
Holloway Street: 

Hope Valley 

Lakewood 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 

Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Plainview 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
University 

Watts Street 



Westwood 
Yates 



J. Thad Ashley 



2612 Roxboro Rd., Durham, 27704 



Ordained Ministers (Other Than Pastors) 



Leo T. Bridgers 
Louis Stokes 
Aubrey Quakenbush 
Leath C. Johnson 
Ben Berry 
Hugh Watkins 
John T. Edwaids 
H. B. Anderson 
James Bland 
Ted Stone 
Boyce Creamer 
Noel Bell 

Dr. Samuel M. James Bapt 
Hubert S. Mumford 
Lucian Moody 
Hunter Hobgood 
Dr. Garland A. Hendricks 



2905 Monroe St., Durham, 27705 
200 Rosebud Rd., Albany, Ga. 31705 
3349 Denise St., Durham, 2770? 
5120 Partridge, Durham, 2770? 
Rt. 7, Box 234, Durham, 27707 
2607 Tuckawanna Ave.. Durham. 27703 
3208 E. Geer St. 
1104 N. Mangum 
1208 Duke Univ. Rd. 
5114 Pine Trail Dr. 
2002 W. Club Blvd. 

Rt. 1, Box 400, Durham, 27705 
Mission FPO San Francisco, Cal. 

1108 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 
1209 Holloway St., Durham, 27701 
2707 Davie Dr., Durham 
329 Woodland Ave., Wake 



Durham. 27704 
Durham, 27701 
Durham. 27707 
Durham, 27705 
Durham, 27704 



27704 
Forest 
27587 

Carl Johnson 1753 Morehead Ave., Durham. 27707 

Leon Cheek Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Vernon Sparrow Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Roy A. Morris Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro, 27312 

D. A. Calhoun Rt. 1, Pittsboro. 27312 

C. E. Byrd Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 

Hugh Nichols Rt. 5. Patterson Rd., Durham, 27703 

K. R. Crabtree 3227 Redwood Rd., Durham, 27704 

Preminto Chisenhall 3126 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, 27705 
Dr. John W. Carlton Box 1027, Wake Forest, 27587 

R. E. Phillips 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Fred Reid Rt. 7, Box 127, Durham, 27707 

Luther Rickenbacker 82 Kingswoods Apts., Chapel Hill, 27514 
David E. May 4013 Chaucer Dr., Durham, 27705 

Dr. Clark Cahow 1106 Watts St., Durham, 27705 

Andrew C. Puckett 124 Andrews Rd., Durham, 27705 

John E. Biggers 505 Central Ave, Butner. 27509 

O. L. Riggs 2705 Woodmont Dr.. Durham, 27705 

Clarence Williams 2112 Angier Ave., Durham, 27703 



Licensed Ministers 



Bethesda 

Calvary 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 
Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 

Guess Road 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 

Trinity 



Phil Wiggins 
Donnie Christian 
Sherman Brooks 
James King 
Marvin Byrd 
John D.CoUingwood 
Coy Yates 
J. A. Moore 
H. Mitchell Simpson 
C. F. Boykin 
Harry Oakley 
Edward Bishop 
Doyle Holder 
Gerald G. Payne 



1906 Bethesda Ave., Durham, 

307 Spring Rd., Durham, 27703 
2117 Bedford #21. Durham. 
302 Southerland Ave.. Durham, 

Summerlin Rd., Durham, 27704 
4501 S.6th Apt. 64, Louisville, Ky. 40214 
1308 Kent St., Durham, 27707 
3516 Guess Rd., Durham, 2 7705 
1916 Iredell St., Durham, 27705 
18 Braddock Circle, Durham, 27707 
4802 Heritage Dr., Durham, 27705 
6411 Whitt Rd„ Durham, 27705 
Rt. 2, Box 313B, Hendersonville, 28739 
1313 Clinton Rd., Durham, 27703 



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Missions Sponsored This Year 



Durham, First 
Guess Road 



Holloway Street 
Mount Mori ah 



Bells 

Berea 

Braggtown 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Faith 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Lakewood 

Lystra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Mori ah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
University 
Watts Street 
Yates 



Columbus Durham Chapel Angler Ave., Durham 

Sunday School at Fire Station #1 & Rose Manor Med. Compl. 
4230 N. Roxboro Road Durham 
Med. Conv. Compl. 411 S. LaSalle St., Durham 
Worship Services at Hillhaven Orange and Oak Hill Manor 
Located on Mt. Sanai Rd. Durham 
Carolina Rest Home 3119 Colcough Ave., Durham, 27704 
Oak Hill Manor Mt. Sanai Rd., Durham, 27705 

Hillhaven Orange Mt. Sanai Rd., Durham, 27705 



Recreation Directors 



Vassie Horton 
Donnie Bradley 
Bobby Clements 
Mr. & Mrs. Steve 



Rt. 2, Apex, 27502 
5901 Craig Rd., Box 38, Durham, 27705 
4019 Roxboro Rd., Durham, 27704 
Faucette Rt. 8, Box 240, Durham, 27704 



Robert D. Weatherly 
Miss Eva Ruth Parrish 
Miss Nancy Hildebran 
Wayne Holloman 
Denny L. Turner 
Mike Davis 
Mrs. Meredith Long 
Ricky Hester 
Kenneth Kelly 
Mrs. John A. Oldham 
Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Williams 
Mrs. Clyde Carroll, Jr. 
Cecil Colcough 
Crafton Mitchell 
William H. Ball 
Robert O' Brian 
Joseph Peterson 



36 2 5 Randolph Rd., Durham, 27705 
1112 N. Duke St., Durham, 27701 
123 Mineral Spr. Rd. Durham, 27703 
3321 Cheek Rd., Durham, 27704 
1611 Amberly Dr., Durham, 27704 
1717 Grady Dr., Durham, 277 5 
1808 Chapel Hill Rd., Apt 8D, Durham 
2527 Ross Rd., Durham, 27703 
2203^2 Pike St., Durham, 27707 
Rt. 7, Box 571A, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
4814 Erwin Rd., Durham, 27705 
Rt. 5, Box 548, Durham, 27703 
1012Glenco Rd., Durham, 27703 
4B Homestead Trlr. Park, Chapel Hill, 27514 
3211 Oxford Dr., Durham, 27707 
3313 Mossdale Ave., Durham, 27707 



Ministers of Education 



Angler Avenue 

Braggtown 

Durham Memorial 

Gorman 

Gr ace 

Grey Stone 

Ridgecrest 

Temple 

University 

Watts Street 

Yates 



Robert Phillips 
Ray D. Alderson 
Miss Nancy Hildebran 
Steven D. Austin 
C. D. West 
William E. Kissiah 
Grady W. Oakley 
Clay M. Warf 
Gene Jester 
Hugh L. Dukes 
Joseph Peterson 



120 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham, 27703 
6002 Baird St., Durham, 27705 
123 Mineral Spr. Rd., Durham, 27703 
3307 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
2613 Ferrand Dr., Durham, 27705 
2808 Croasdale Dr., 8-5, Durham, 27705 
4907 Seterra Bend, Durham, 27704 
1204 Ruffin St., Durham, 27701 
100 S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill, 27514 
Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
3313 Mossdale Ave., Durham, 27707 



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TABLE A. 



1— Open Country 

2— Village (under 500 pop.) 

3- Town (500-2499) 

4- Small City (2,500-9.999) 



Medium City (10,000-49,999) 

5— Downtown 

6— Neighborhood 

7— Suburban 



Large City (50,000- or more) 

8— Downtown 

9— Ne ighb orh ood 
0— Suburban 



CHURCHES 



PASTORS & ADDRESSES 



a 
o 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 



Crate H. Jones, 1515 Liberty St., Durham, 27703 
Dennis Wilson, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 
Herman S. Goodwin, Rt. 3, Box 299C, Durham, 27707 
Tobie P. Stone, 1910 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, 27703 
Clell E. Gibson, Box 8022 N. Dur. Sta., Durham, 27704 



Durham 

Chatham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 



Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



James West, 518 Pleasant Drive, Durham, 27703 

J. Stancil Baucom, 100 James St., Chapel Hill, 27514 

Patrick Collins, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 

None 

Ned L. Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham, 27705 



Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 



R. C. Henderson, 907 Blue Stone Road, Durham, 27703 
Gerald Goodwin, 2708 Wedgedale Ave., Durham, 27703 
None 

None 



Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 



Winburn C.Davis, 3624 Gooch Road, Durham, 27704 
Julian M. Motley, 3216 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
Fred A. King, 4425 Bracada Drive, Durham, 27705 
Malbert Smith, Jr., 3212 Sprunt Ave. Durham, 27705 
Ernest G. Holt, 3121 Alabama Ave, Ext., Durham, 27705 



Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 



None 

Ray L. Cumbee, Rt. 8, Box 133A, Durham, 27704 
None 

Russell L. Wimmer, 3715 Shoccoree Drive, Durham, 27705 
J. Everette Smith, 1923 Ward St., Durham, 27707 



Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



Lowes Gtove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



J. A. Fogleman, 4424 S. Alston Ave., Durham, 27707 
W. Carlton Stmth, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Jimmy Leon Pitts, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Fred Senter. Rt. 4, Box 120, Pittsboro, 27312 
Robert Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, 27705 



Durh am 

Chatham 

Orange 

Chatham 

Orange 



Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
P'"age Road 
Park View 



Ben Berry, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, 27707 

Furman Matthews, Rt. 3, Apex, 2 7502 

Charles Gardner, 211 Olive Branch Road, Durham, 27703 

A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley, Durham, 27703 



Orange 
Chatham 
Durham 
Durh am 
Durham 



Park wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 



Jerreal B. Buchanan, 1712 Euclid Road, Durham, 27707 

Howard F. Corley, Rt. 5, Box 688, Cheek Road, Durham, 27704 

Richard Shaw, Box 103, Rougemont, 27572 

Paul F. Couch, 104 Massey Road, Durham, 27705 

Nelson Chambers, 4109 Guess Road, Durham, 27705 



Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



Robert W. Bailey, 1405 Arnette Ave., Durham, 27707 
Norman R. Gardner, 2125 So Hi Drive, Durham, 27703 
Henry Turlington, 100 Carolina Ave., Chapel Hill, 27514 
Robert E. McClemon. Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
Lawrence H. Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durham, 27705 
C. Ronald Cumbie, 227 Monticello Ave., Durham, 27707 



Durham 
Durh am 
Orange 
Durham 
Durh am 
Durham 



TOTALS 

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198 
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45, 000 
37* 000 

30. 000 


600 000 
280.' 000 
145.000 
240, 000 
692 . 380 


20 300 

13.700 
178.671 


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28 
5 
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15 


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19 
10 

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496 
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222 
400 
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947 
257 
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45, 000 
12.000 
15,000 
45,000 


195. 132 
409, 000 
60.000 
100,000 
758,000 


69,700 
126,000 




X 
X 
X 
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36 


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38 
6 
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68 
18 
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1, 788 
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281 
389 


201 
131 
65 
95 
71 


1, 989 
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566 
376 
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31, 108 


1, 000. 000 
285. 000 
132, 880 
195. 000 
214. 800 


128, 000 
84, 356 


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22,000 


100,000 
275,000 
1,023. 300 
1,867,000 
480. 000 


3, 499 
35, 300 

5,824 
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24, 200 




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44, 000 

29, 500 


675. 000 
220.000 
140.000 
225. 000 
300. 000 


32, 000 
82, 000 

68, 117 
124, 000 




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12, 000 
37,000 
25,000 
27, 500 


265, 000 
33, 000 
212,000 
200. 000 
165,000 


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8 
2 
11 


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14 
17 

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22 
19 
24 
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282 
212 
228 
113 
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284 
265 
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2 
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4 
10 

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30, 000 
25,000 

25,000 


194, 000 
150,000 
110,000 
74,000 
250. 000 


33, 385 

120,000 
104, 191 




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X 
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17 
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61 
13 


51 
34 
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42 
30 


39 
11 
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300 
360 
237 
545 
321 


50 
23 
34 
25 
52 


350 
383 
271 
570 
373 


5 
2 
5 

2 


3 


45,000 
12,000 
40, 000 
18.000 


360 , 000 
325, 000 
45, 000 
350, 000 
200, 000 


193, 500 
135,000 

49. 500 
75, 077 


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X 
X 
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14 
13 
2 
21 
16 


14 
11 
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23 
11 
24 


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102 
34 
19 
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291 
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306 
750 


267 
15 
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74 
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380 
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11 

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35, 000 


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900, 000 

450, 000 
850,000 


170, 328 
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98, 000 
36, 000 








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1.236 


22.099 


4,546 


26,645 


103 


125 


861,108 


16,753,717 


2,207, 810 



- 49 - 



TABLE B. 



CHURCHES 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 



P B 

OTP O 

CO a 



Arigier Avenu( 

Bells 

B ere a 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 



Rodney Hicks, 4218 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
B. L. Mason, Jr., Rt. 3, Apex, 27 502 
K. B. Tripp, Rt. 2, Box 115 A, Chapel Hill, 27514 
W. L. Williams, 4424 Angler Ave., Durham, 27703 
Elwood Bullock, 4903 Newby St., Durham, 27703 



Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



Robert Hall, 3905 Cash Road, Durham, 27703 

Mrs. John Spencer, Carlton Drive, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Hubert C. Green, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 

Horace Adcock, 2715 Ardsley Drive, Durham, 27704 

Johnnie Cocus, 130 Wilkins Drive, #15, Durham, 27705 



Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 



E. T. Newton, 406 Englewood Ave., Durham, 27701 

Lewis Teaslev, 3303 Hollow ay St., Durham, 27703 

Earl Echols, 4201 Sunny Court, Durham, 27705 

Warren Elledge, Rt. 7, Box 82, White Oak Drive, Durham, 27707 

Joe Tucker, 23 Faith Drive, Durham, 27704 



Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 



Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, 27704 
E. H. Denny, Rt. 5, Box 177, Durham, Durham, 27704 

D. W. Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Road, Durham, 27703 

E. B. Honey cutt, 1009 Dacian Ave., Durham, 27701 
Charlie Garden, 3130 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, 27705 



6 
6 
27 



Holloway Street 
Homestead Height! 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 



Wayne Nutt, 1103 Delano St., Durham, 27703 

Fred Wilder, Rt. 8, Box 136A, Durham, 27704 

A. T. Hall, 1028 Carpenter- Fletcher Road, Durham, 27707 

Johnny Teague, 2619 Lombard Ave., Durham, 27705 

Buddy Lynam, 1712 Bedford Drive, Durham, 27707 



23 
11 
30 
11 



Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham, 27707 
Hubert Oakley, Rt. 3, Box 218, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Kenneth Vickers, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Johnny Hearne, Rt. 4, Box 47, Pittsboro, 27312 
Carlton King, 5323 Old Hillsborough Road, Durham, 27705 



Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 



Darrell Slaton, Rt. 2, Box 348A, Chapel Hill, 27514 

J. E. Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham, 27707 

John Ausley, Rt. 6, Box 343, Sherron Road, Durham, 27703 

W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham, 27703 

Hubert McDonald, 312 Greenwood Drive, Durham, 27704 



Park wood 
Plain view 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 



Bill Kirby, 116 Oliver Lane. Durham, 27707 

Fletcher Johnson, Rt. 6, Box 548H, Sherron Road, Durham, 2770 

Baxter Johnson, Rt. 1, Bahama, 27503 

Onzlow Painter, 5701 Roxboro Road, Durham, 27704 

Boyd Browning, 3125 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, 27705 



12 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, 3318 Mossdale Ave., Durham, 27707 

Robert L. Smith, 1907 Leonard St., Durham, 27703 

Dr. Bovd Newman, 7 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Hugh L.Dukes, Box 3057, Durham, 27705 

Alfted Eakes, 1611 Delaware St., Durham, 27705 

W. A. Dula, 3511 Westglen Road, Durham, 27705 



14 

4 
5 
26 



TOTALS 
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296 



THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



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1 


Youth enrolment (12-17 
years or grades 7-12) 


Young Adult enrolment (18- 
29 years or H. S. graduation 
to 29 years) 


Adult enrolment (30-59 or 30 
to retirement) 


Senior Adult enrolment (60 
and over or retirement and 
over) 


Adults Away enrolment 


Homebound Units enrolment 


General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of Mission(s) of 
church 


Total ongoing Sunday 
School enrolment 


Average weekly Sunday 
School attendance 


Number of Bible Study groups 


Bible Study groups enrolment 


Weekday Bible Study 
enrolment 


Church V. B. S. enrolment 


Mission V» B. S. enrolment 


Total V, B. S. enrolment 


1 58 
16 
15 

119 
77 


75 

9 1 

22 
111 
70 


73 

OQ 

64 
31 


192 

OA 

21 
115 
249 


101 

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96 

30 


18 


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2 


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80 
602 
530 


265 
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54 
359 
244 


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16 




179 

54 
298 
140 


72 


179 
83 
54 
370 
140 


43 
95 
18 
20 
;i28 


70 
95 
23 
30 
40 


32 

28 
12 
85 


109 
155 
55 
10 

52 


33 
34 
32 
12 
33 


15 


6 


4 

5 

5 
2 
3 




345 
574 
179 
93 
409 


186 
293 
110 
87 

280 


1 
1 

2 


6 
10 




79 
175 
88 
60 
210 




79 
175 
88 
60 
210 


79 

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37 
19 

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99 
93 
35 
31 
48 


248 
168 

20 
6 

26 


258 
160 
91 
61 
38 


115 

62 
61 
36 
5 


50 
30 


50 
17 
33 
7 


i3 

9 
4 

3 
3 


159 


1, 141 
686 
324 
214 

208 


463 
307 
180 
108 
161 


5 
1 
1 


108 
15 
6 




258 
201 
74 
70 
152 


300 


258 
201 
74 
70 
452 


i 32 

: 52 

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60 


25 
51 
60 
194 
86 


10 
120 
41 

252 
82 


20 
1 10 
149 
310 
156 


33 
111 
148 
200 

35 




25 


3 
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8 
10 
7 


7 
91 
50 


141 
558 
528 
1,388 
531 


80 
3 19 
255 
653 
350 


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3 


12 
15 


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219 
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94 
219 
205 
323 
200 


61 

74 
23 
47 

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76 
52 

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17 
34 


74 
64 
22 
17 
38 


133 
71 
56 
76 
40 


76 
35 
24 
22 
53 


7 




6 
4 
3 
4 
6 


39 
25 


516 
350 
206 

225 
212 


315 
178 

■i An 
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121 

125 


3 


34 




119 
100 

110 
70 


79 

1 D 


198 
100 

i o 
110 

70 


61 
19 

29 
26 
34 


32 
9 
40 
14 
53 


67 
36 
4 
9 
36 


131 
20 
74 
17 
96 


42 
20 

44 
25 




8 
5 


3 
7 
4 
3 
2 




386 
137 
189 
133 
268 


205 
70 
107 

142 


2 


90 




101 
69 
55 
68 

107 




101 
69 
55 
68 

107 


18 
23 
22 
21 
56 


33 
12 
57 
21 

39 


30 
34 
17 
29 
92 


14 

39 
46 
31 
82 


32 
25 
16 

70 




20 


5 
2 
6 
5 
9 


85 


245 
172 
176 
115 
390 


165 
102 

102 
61 
127 








80 
84 
104 
61 

95 




80 
84 
104 
61 
95 


109 
44 
27 

120 
54 


87 
33 
11 
118 

30 


24 
70 
21 
21 
33 


165 
49 
25 
88 
55 


1 

21 
29 
18 
28 






17 

3 

4 
3 


8 


477 
257 
123 
461 
234 


204 
165 
78 
275 
125 


5 
1 


49 
23 




284 
167 
65 
279 
126 


23 


284 
167 
65 
302 
126 


49 
49 
58 
46 
38 
105 


38 
37 
76 
35 
12 
98 


100 
41 
50 
54 
12 
30 


158 
20 
105 

318 
67 
169 


90 

54 
52 
34 
96 


28 


9 
6 


5 
4 
9 
2 
4 
6 




502 
182 
380 
533 
196 
599 


279 
110 
200 
250 
101 
289 


3 
1 
3 


145 
8 




113 
146 
94 

71 
130 




113 
146 
94 

71 
130 


k504 


2,366 


2,458 


4,480 


2,129 


148 


269 


240 


464 1 1 


6,970 


8,886 


34 


556 


1 









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TABLE C. 



CHURCHES 


TRAININC UNION DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Preschool enrolment (5 years 
and under - not in school) 


r 

K 

IS 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Robert C. Roghelia, Ellis Road, Durham, 27703 
Martin Rigsbee, 1506 Ellis Road, Durham, 27703 


27 




Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Ken Ferrell, 3714 Esther Drive, Durham, 27703 

W. C. Colcough,Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Conner, 19,20 Cannon Drive, Durham, 27704 


10 
11 


■ 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road, Durham, 27707 
Gerald Lawson, 324 Olive Branch Road, Durham, 27704 


8 




Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Thomas C. Ellis, 2116 Camden Ave., Durham, 27704 
W. H. Sparrow, 3320 Clark Road, Durham, 27704 

W. E. Kissiah, 2808 Croasdale Drive, S-5, Durham, 27705 
DeWitt Cash, Box 60B1 Duke Sta., Durham, 27706 


1 
8 

5 
35 


8 


Hoiloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 


Mrs. Richard Hester, 2527 Ross Road, Durham, 27703 




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1 
1 

I 

1 

3 
i 


Lowes Grove 
Ly stra 

Mount Cfirmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham, 27707 
Billy Burgess, Rt. 3. Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mrs. Cecil Martin, Rt. 2, Box 517, Durham, 27705 


6 
4 

4 


Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Connie Garden, Box 11267, Durham, 27703 
J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 468, Durham, 27703 

Miss Susan Rogers, 48l5Hillsboro Road, Apt. #3, Durham, 27705 


10 
6 
6 


Park wood 
P 1 ain vi ew 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


Mrs. Jerry White, 112 Milford Lane, Durham, 27707 
Arthur Jenks, 2427 Redwood Road, Durham, 27704 
A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406. Bahama, 27503 
Thomas Maples, 406 Sandlewood Drive, Durham, 27704 


16 
3 
6 
6 


Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 


Mrs. Charles Owens, '2205 Eastwood Drive, Durham, 27703 
Gene Jester, 100 S. Colmnbia St., Chapel Hill 27514 
Hugh L. Dukes, Box 3057 , Durham, 27705 
Norman Williams, 5108 Gatewood Drive, Durham, 27705 


21 
5 



TOTALS 213 ^\ 

- 52 - 



TRAINING UNION 



1 Children enrolment (6^11 


Youth enrolment (12-17 
years or grades 7-12) 


1 Young Adult enrolment (18-29 
j years or H.S.grad*n to 29 years) 


over) 

Adult enrolment (30-59 
1 years or 30 to retirement 


Senior Adult enrolment (60 
and over or retirement and 


1 

1 General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) 
of church 


Total Training Union 
ongoing enrolment 


Average weekly Church 
Training attendance 


New 
Member 
Orientation 


Church 
Leader 
Training 


Member 

Training 

Projects 


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7 

182 


65 
4 

115 


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30 
67 


20 
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14 
19 


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20 
21 


4 
9 


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59 
397 

78 


30 
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45 
276 
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142 
20 


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14 
10 

21 


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18 

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28 


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47 

63 


52 
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69 


41 


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10 
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70 
21 

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26 
34 


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23 
40 
35 


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24 
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4 
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93 
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75 
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89 




2,566 


1,664 


294 


215 


340 


175 


186 


165 



- 53 - 



T A n T 1? n 

1 


CHURCHES 


1 

MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


John T. Laverty, 1006 North St., Durham. 26701 

Mrs. Eustice Herton, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 I 
Mrs. Mack L.Vickers. Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham, 27707 | 
E. Hugh O'Shields, 48 Judson Drive, Wake Forest, 27587 
Ray D. Alder son, 6002 Baird St., Durham, 27705 ; 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Mrs. R. L. Poston, 102 Rankin Court, Wake Forest, 27587 

Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 102 Melba Circle, Chapel HiU, 27514 

Mrs. Dennis Couch, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 I 

Donald Foust, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham, 27703 

Mrs. Ned Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham, 27705 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Mel T. Luther, 901 Chalk Level Road, Y-1, Durham, 27704 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, 114 Joyland Ave., Durham, 27703 

D. Brent Sandy, Rt. 3, Box 522, Hillsborough. 27278 

Mrs. Norman Tingen. Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. George Fletcher, 613 Mineral Springs Road. Durham. 27703 


Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Hollow ay Street 


Roger T. DeHart. 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, 27704 
Steven D. Austin, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham. 27703 

Denny L. Turner, 1611 Amberly Drive, Durham, 27704 i 
George F. Archer. 3612 Rivermont Road, Durham. 27705 
Norman Stallings (Interim). 2515 Rolling Pines Road. Durham, 27703 
Joseph H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Road. Durham. 27705 


Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 


H. Michael Simpson. 1016 Iredell St., Durham, 27705 
David L. Phipps, 1408 Shawnee St., Durham, 27704 
Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate St., Durham, 27704 
Bruce Benton, Jr., 5523 Garrett Road, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Wayne Cutrell, 107 Foxcroft Road, Durham. 27707 


T , v<5tra 

J_J V o tl u< 

Mount Caxmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 


Donald E. Parrish, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mrs. George Dwiggins, 408 Hillsborough St... Apt. 5. Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mrs. Johnny Heame, Rt. 4. Box 47, Pittsboro. 27312 

Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham, 27705 

Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Rt. 7. Box 186, Durham, 27707 


Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Park wood 


Mrs. Odell Yates, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 „, , . t q7^«7 
Terry Williams. Box 2235 S oitheastern Seminary, Wake Forest, 2758/' 
Mrs. J.R. Tilley. Rt. 6. Box 486. Durham. 27703 
Mrs. N. R. Hunter, Jr., 2101 Ruffin St., Durham. 27704 
Lui Green. 5614 Pelham Road, Durham, 27707 


Plain view 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 


John Jones, 1804 Fletchers Chapel Road, Durham, 27703 

A M. Hall. Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama. 27503 

Grady W. Oakley. 4907 Seterra Bend. Durham, 27704 

Edward Bishop, 6411 Whitt Road, Durham, 27705 

Jay Smith, 2752 Middleton. Durham. 27705 


Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 


Gerald G. Payne, Sr., 1313 Clinton Road, Durham, 27703 

T nir-r> 117 TMrvrtVi Vramntnn Pljl7a ChaDBl Hill. 27514 

Lee Urr, 11/ iNorin xiampuju rid,zj<i, v^hcljjci i^t^^ 
E. Kennteh Harrell, Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
Perry Norris . 1101 Iredale St., Durham. 27705 
Joseph Peterson, 3313 Mossdale Ave., Durham. 27707 



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CHURCH MUSIC 



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3 
4 
20 
35 



29 
11 
12 
40 
17 



35 
17 
18 
50 

35 



118 
33 
39 
117 
121 



72 
23 
25 
97 



7 
20 
5 
7 
30 



22 
32 
15 
21 
31 



24 
43 
20 
12 
36 



10 



53 
139 
40 
45 
135 



38 
60 
29 
12 
128 



37 
25 

10 
14 



128 
55 

15 
14 



27 



323 



34 
28 



291 
84 



25 
20 



60 
30 
55 
50 
14 



26 
24 
22 
106 
50 
40 



31 
36 
34 
235 
30 



22 
18 



21 
15 



64 
145 

93 
462 
195 

96 



45 
110 

81 
323 
160 

85 



30 



18 

20 



35 
15 
18 
6 
25 



42 
20 
30 
40 
25 



107 
49 
4S 
68 

100 



60 
35 
30 
60 
50 



10 
17 

2 
24 
12 



20 
26 
13 
20 
25 



56 
43 
33 
69 
55 



40 
30 
12 
40 
35 



12 



52 



18 
26 



6 
40 



15 

22 

24 

22 



12 



35 
63 
8 
30 
147 



24 
35 
6 
20 
13 5 



20 
3 
23 
15 
24 



25 
8 
48 
18 
18 



28 
15 
24 
35 
31 



85 
30 

116 
72 

102 



50 
18 
87 
40 
57 



8 
24 
25 

28 



12 

20 



17 
25 
30 
20 
33 



16 



39 
71 
107 
33 
94 



29 
60 
80 
10 
37 



790 



1,039 



1,517 



56 



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200 



4, 100 



2,910 



TABLE E. 



CHURCHES 



WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 



NUMBER Oi 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 



Mrs. Barry New, 2328 Charlotte St., Durham, 27705 
Mrs. James Horton, Rt. 3, Apex, 27503 
Mrs. Gerald Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266A, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. LaVerne Lilly, 1407 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, 277 03 
Mrs. Lee Murray, 304 Delafield Ave., Durham, 27704 



Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



Mrs. Walter Hudson, 730 N. Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Starnes Weaver. 1109 Hillsborough St., Carrboro, 27510 
Mrs. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 2 7 560 
Mrs. Steve Faucette, 5 Laurel Crest Drive, Durham, 27704 
Mrs. Francis Hoke, 814 Lancaster St., Durham, 27701 



Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 



Mrs. C. B. Williams, Jr., 309 Monticello Road, Durham, 27707 

Mrs. Graham Knight, 3217 Angier Ave., Durham, 27703 

Mrs. Thomas Tilley, Rt. 2, Faniagton Road, Chapel Hill, 27514 



Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 



Mrs. W. C. Davis, 36 24 Gooch Road, Durham, 27704 
Mrs. A. D. Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
Mrs. Travis Hall, 648 W. Club Blvd., Durham, 27701 
Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4505 Myers Park Drive, Durham, 27705 
Mrs. J. B. Caulder, 2417 Landis Drive, Durham, 27705 



Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 



Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, 1108 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 
Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Jr., 5126 Pine Trail Drive, Durham, 27705 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Lillian Sorrell, 3514 Tast Oak Drive, Durham, 27705 
Vernon Weaver, 3009 Sliannon Road, Durham, 27707 



Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



Mrs. J. F. Shipp, 3934 S. x\lston Ave., Durham, 27707 
Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7. Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Ralph Blackwood, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Mrs. Auburn Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro, 27312 
Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Drive, Durham, 27705 



Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 



Mrs. Ben Berry, Rt. 7, Box 185, Durham, 27707 

Mrs. Elizabeth Woods. Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 

Mrs. Lester Owen, 3014 Holloway St., Durham, 27703 

Mrs. John Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail, Durham, 27704 

Mrs. A. M. Thomas, Rt. 8, Sandlewood Drive, Durham, 27704 



Parkwood 
Plainviev; 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 



Mrs. Yvonne Moorefield, 133 Wicklow Lane. Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Fletcher Johnson, Rt. 6, Box 548H, Durham, 27703 
Mrs. Lois Gates, Rt. 1, Rougemont, 27572 

Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durham, 27705 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



Mrs. B. H. West, Sr., 3402 Rolling Hill Road, Durham, 27705 

Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Cook Road, Durham, 27703 

Mrs. Fred Reid, Rt. 7, Box 127, Durham, 27707 

Mrs. B. A. Allen, 2404 Alpine tload, Durham, 27707 

Mrs. E. C. Sykes, 3006 Alabama Ave. Ext., Durham, 27705 

Mrs. M. T. Mangum, 2 203 University Drive, Durham, 27707 



TOTAL 
- 56 - 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



ORGANIZATIONS 


ENROLMENT 


Acteens (12-17 years or 
grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women (18- 
29 years or H. S. graduation 
to 29 years) 


Baptist Women (30 and over) 


Mission(s) of church 


Total number of 
organizations 


Mission Friends (5 years and 
under - not in school) 


Girls in Action (6-11 years 
or grades 1—6) 


Acteens (12-17 years or 
grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women (18- 
29 years or H. S. graduation 
to 29 years) 


Baptist Women (30 and over) 


W. M. U. officers 


Mission(s) of church 


Total W. M. U ongoing 
enrolment 


I 


1 


4 

2 


5 


8 
4 
2 
10 
7 


10 

11 

27 
23 


14 

34 
15 


12 
11 
8 
20 
13 


10 


30 
38 
10 
48 
64 


7 

6 

'o 
3 

7 




83 
66 
21 
132 
122 




1 
1 


2 
3 




4 
5 
6 
6 
8 


27 
10 
8 
8 
20 


6 
15 

8 
10 
15 


15 
15 
12 
7 
14 


7 


44 
50 
40 
30 
35 


5 
5 
5 
6 
6 




97 
95 
80 
61 
90 




1 
1 
1 


2 
7 
1 
1 


3 


11 
14 

4 
1 


10 

25 
15 


12 
16 

5 


15 
8 


9 
10 
16 


220 
70 
50 
16 


8 
7 
6 
1 


8 


282 
136 
92 
17 


1 

1 

2 
3 


2 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 


6 


5 
3 
9 
10 
9 


5 
14 

27 
20 


7 

12 
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25 
25 


6 

25 
30 


24 


10 
54 
50 
107 
40 


6 
4 
4 

7 




31 
84 
71 
211 
122 


2 
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1 
1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


7 
4 
2 
4 

6 


10 

5 

15 
10 


13 
8 
7 

10 
13 


20 
8 
5 
9 


8 
10 


64 

50 
25 


7 
1 

7 
6 




122 
22 
12 
91 

34 


1 
1 




1 
1 
1 
1 
1 




5 
4 
5 
3 
4 


20 
10 
14 

7 


17 
6 

12 
10 
6 


12 
4 
5 
6 

13 




73 
20 
27 
14 
16 


8 
5 

1 

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5 




130 
45 
59 
33 
47 






2 
1 
3 
1 
3 




2 
4 
6 
4 
6 


11 
12 

8 
15 


7 

12 
6 
12 


7 

10 
11 




35 
31 
33 
15 
35 


3 
7 
2 
4 




35 
59 
74 
42 
66 






2 
1 


1 


6 
5 
2 


21 
11 


14 
24 


10 
8 
8 




26 
14 
7 


4 

2 
3 


4 


75 
63 
18 






1 




4 


8 


12 


17 




40 


3 




80 


1 


1 

1 
1 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 




8 
6 
2 
1 
6 
5 


25 
10 

7 
15 


15 
14 

9 

18 
15 


6 
8 

6 


25 

IP 
16 


57 
31 
77 
67 

90 

32 


6 
6 
5 
5 
3 
10 




134 
69 
91 
72 
68 
88 


40 


13 


63 


16 


237 


494 


490 


387 


147 


1,817 


205 


12 


3, 552 



- 57 - 



TABLE F. 



CHURCHES 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 



Manly Johnson, 411 Pleasant Drive, Durham, 27703 



Vernon Tyson, 3703 Crabtree Ave. , Durham, 27703 



Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27 560 

C. H. Shelton, 1004 E, Club Blvd., Durham, 27704 

V. A. Shore, 2905 Gretmar Drive, Durham, 27705 



Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 



Leland H. Williams, 2729 Sevier Road, Durham, 27705 
Crawford Hart, 2710 Wedgedale Ave., Durham, 27703 



Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 



H. A. Taylor, 460 Continental Drive, Durham, 27705 
Bryce Bates, 4505 Myers Park Drive, Durham, 27705 
James G. Clary, 4009 Forrestdale Drive, Durham, 27705 



Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 



Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



Malcolm Seaford, Rt. 8, Box 133, Durham, 27704 

A. T. Hall, 1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Road, Durham, 27707 



Bruce Marrindaie, 1516 E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, 27514 
Carpenter Mangum, 2115 Englewood Ave., Durham, 27705 



Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 



Caley Farrell, Rt. 3, Apex, 27 502 

Tom Ashley, Rt. 6, Box 526, Sherron Road, Durham, 27703 
Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham, 27703 



Park wood 
Plainviev; 
R ed Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 



George Woods, 2552 Ardsley Drive, Durham, 27704 
William Straughn, Rt. 1, Box 7, Durham, 27705 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



J. E. O'Briant, 2017 Eastwood Drive, Durham, 27703 



TOTAL 
- 58 - 



BROTHERHOOD 



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7 

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Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane, Durham, 27705 

Mrs. James Horton, Rt. 3, Apex, 27503 

Mrs. Wayne Farrell,1216 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd. 07 

D. J. Booth, 410 Mason Drive, Durham, 27703 

Crandall Nelson, 805 W.Murray Ave. Durham, 27704 


264 

15 
202 
105 


x 

X 


X 


X 
X 


25 
10 

15.5 
14 
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139, 1 
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15,1 
207,8 
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Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Don Christian, 307 Spring Road, Durham, 27703 
Mrs. Howard Hearn,818 W.Main St. Carrboro, 27510 
Mrs. Raymond Proctor, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 
Mrs. D. J. Smith, 2611 Wedgedale St., Durham, 04 
Wayne Jones, 703 Churchill Dr.Chapel Hill, 27514 


100 
75 
19 
16 

185 


X 
X 
X 
X 
X 






10. 

9. 
28. 

1. 

3. 5 


2.8 
2. 5 
3. 
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76.6 
84,4 
23,8 
19,7 
140, 7 


Durham, First 
Durham Mem'l. 
Edgeinont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


H. L. Ferguson, 1818 Glendale 2\ve. Durham, 01 
Claiborne Hight,2815 Independence Ave. Durham 
B.F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St. Durham. 27707 
Mrs. Warren Elledge,Rt.7,Box 82, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletchers Terr. Durham,0 


289 
175 
90 
70 
4 48 


X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


10. 

11. 
14. 
7. 


1. 5 

2. 
3. 
3. 


234, 6 
96,3 
56,5 
35,9 
6 2.9 


Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


William Riley, Jr., 2918 Davie Drive, Durham, 04 
B. L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., Durham, 27704 
E.S.Brock,Jr., 508 W.Knox St., Durham, 27701 
Donald Whit worth, 47 10 W. Hills Dr. Durham, 05 
Mrs. Raymond Thomas, Rt 2, Box 456 C, Durham, 05 


30 
120 
200 
480 
155 


X 
X 
X 




X 
X 


10. 

9. 5 
12. 
13. 

4. 


1. 5 
1. 5 
2.3 
2. 
1. 


31,6 
107, 
146, 6i 
345, 7 
114, 4 


HoUoway Street 
Homestead Hts. 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lake wood 


Lyman L. Wood, 1210 Park Ave. Durham, 27701 
Suprgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Rd. Durham, 04 
Jesse L.Parrish,Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Jake Beane, 4101 Neal Rd. Durham, 27705 
Mrs. Lawrence Ward, 3900 Hulon Dr.Durham, 05 


160 
70 
77 
52 
50 


X 
X 




X 
X 

X 


5. 
16. 

4.96 
11. 

6. 


2. 7 
1. 

1. 5 
2.5 
4. 


112,8 
66, 1 
56. E 
64, 1 

57,6 


Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


Mrs.James M.Barringer,5808 Lake Elton Rd.Dur. 
Mrs. Jessie Romeyn,1429 Smith Level Rd.Chap.Hil 
Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Auburn Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro, 27412 
Mrs. Way land Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chap.Hill, 2751 


125 
1 50 
43 
25 
4 75 


X 
X 




X 

X 
X 


22. 
11. 

8.7 

7. 75 
22. 


4. 
1. 

1. 3 
1. 08 
3. 5 


59, C 
21, 4\ 
35,5 
22, 2 
57, E' 


Mr>iint Mnriah 

IVlULlllL IVlVJllctn 

Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Charles Brown, 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham, 27705 
Ralph Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex, 27 502 
Mrs.J.M.Mangum,4017 Wake Forest Hwy. Dur.03 
Mrs. James Bell, 2610 Windy HillRd., Durham.OS 
E. M. Oakley, 317 Howard St., Durham, 27704 


35 
34 
25 
30 
51 


X 
X 


X 


X 
X 


3.25 
20. 
10. 
11. 

2.4 


1/7 

2. 

2. 

. 7 
1. 2 


31, C 
26, C 
49, € 
33, f 
46. c 


Parkwood 
Plain view- 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


Garland Moorefield, 113 Wicklow Lane, Dur.07 ' 
Mrs. John Jones, 1804 Fletchers-Chapel Rd.Uur.03 
Mrs. Sidney Ellis, Rt. ,2, Rougeuiont, 27572 
Onzlow Painter, 5701 Roxboro Rd.Durh am, 27704 
Michael Emory, 3710 Kirkwood Dr., Durham, 27705 


158 

1 R 

84 
75 


X 
X 




X 
X 


8. 
15. 
3.8 

1. 15 


2. 
. 5 
.8 

. 7 


49, J 
61, J 
13,? 
7 5, E 
47,^ 


Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Y ates 


R.Z.Long,614 Bon Air Ave., Durham, 27704 
Gerald G.P ayne.Sr., 1313 Clinton Rd., Dur.27703 
Mrs. Alfred Brandon, 127 North St. Chap.Hill, 27514 
Mrs. J. P. Whitfield, Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
R.L.Terrell, 57 11 Woodberry Rd.Durham, 27707 
Robert Wilniarth,3725 Randolph Rd.Durham, 27705 


45 
33 
50 

55 
100 


X 
X 
X 




X 
X 
X 


8. 
4. 

9. 

10. 
20. 


1. 1 

2. 5 
. 7 

5. 
2. 


124,1 

34.' 

99, 
140,' 

52,' 
143, 




TOTAL 


4 


, 158 


23 


I 4 


119 


13,654, 



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TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 



All other receipts 


Total receipts 


Money borrowed during 
the year 


Church staff salaries 


Money paid out on new con- 
struction during the year 


Debt retirement during 
the year 


Church Literature 


All other local expenditures 


Total local expenditures 


1, 377 
306 


140, 478 
21, 335 
15, 146 
207,823 
111.751 


16, 400 
169, 121 


38, 312 
8, 246 
7, 125 
37, 787 
31, 494 


80 , 483 

22, 212 
170 , 548. 


15,024 

2,700 
4, 560 


2,059 
422 
286 
5, 033 
2,819 


29, 275 
4, 554 
7,692 
112, 981 

44, 391 


84,670 
93, 705 
15, 103 
180,713 
253,812 


2,054 
.3, 391 
827 
1,993 

J 5, 220 


78,657 
97, 889 
24,642 
21, 702 
145,930 


57, 400 


18, 728 

26, 826 
7, 555 

12, 896 

27, 328 


188,800 


15, 300 
16,640 


1, 790 
2,717 
936 
545 
3, 259 


14, 263 
28, 450 
8,729 
6, 553 
19, 539 


34, 781 
73, 293 
17,220 
19,994 

255, 566 


2,994 
6, 576 


237, 685 
112,936 
56, 572 
35, 910 
6 2, 905 


1. 223 


88, 420 
43, 581 
21, 914 
14,649 
27, 587 


160. 000 
8,850 


37, 150 
7, 108 
1. 223 

13,966 


4,090 
6, 299 
2,934 
1, 100 
1.617 


88, 551 
52, 36 5 
21, 186 
8, 273 
20, 724 


378, 211 
118, 203 
47. 257 
24, 022 
63, 894 


127 

4,682 
4, 238 
8, 144 


31, 786 
107, 088 
261, 350 
409, 955 
122, 565 


12,000 
14,247 


10, 803 
33, 232 
59, 918 
84, 024 
36, 742 


18,693 
3,667 


5,608 
11,800 

4, 960 
33, 307 
15, 430 


835 

4, 185 
2,672 

5, 358 
4, 938 


7, 126 
3 1 , 826 
155, 157 
198, 499 
34, 004 


24, 372 
99, 736 
222,707 
321, 188 
94, 781 


2,745 
804 
4, 716 

5,025 


115, 575 
66,951 

108, 234 
64. 100 
62,714 


20, 000 
90, 000 


32,934 
20, 498 
12, 634 
17,926 
23, 293 




16.067 
12, 000 
11, 945 
13. 572 
7, 186 


3, 526 
1, 204 
1, 079 
647 
1,837 


44,829 
7 , 98 1 
13, 066 
22, 263 
131, 418 


97, 356 
41, 683 
38, 724 
54, 408 
163, 7 34 


1 

240 
21 

2, 497 


59,091 
21,720 
35, 348 
22, 331 
60,039 


13, 000 


27, 151 
6,675 
8, 554 
5,800 

17, 235 


11, 026 
31, 470 


4,202 
5, 623 


2,017 
946 

1, 398 
47 5 

2, 216 


1 1, 117 
7, 942 

18, 278 
7,878 

15, 177 


40, 285 
15, 563 
43, 458 
51, 246 
34,628 


385 
673 

1, 567 


31, 060 
26, 394 
50, 359 
33, 574 
47,913 


120, 000 


4, 329 
8,721 

14,834 
9, 240 

17, 506 


3,600 
120, 000 


11. 248 

14,885 

12, 273 


830 
1, 139 
995 
885 
668 


4, 032 
6, 543 

28,657 
4, 468 

13,881 


20, 439 
16, 403 
48, 086 
149, 478 
44, 328 


4, 131 
74 
288 
4, 572 
2, 019 


83, 454 
61, 394 
14, 190 
120, 150 
49, 494 


7.237 
135, 000 

6, 400 


16, 877 
12, 765 

6, 059 
25, 942 

8,695 


118, 355 
115. 000 


25,600 
33,832 

18. 936 
13, 923 


1, 286 
1, 230 

388 
1, 287 

607 


27, 624 
14, 887 
4. 740 
58. 315 
1 1,027 


189, 742 
177, 714 

11, 187 
104, 480 

34, 252 


3,300 
7,296 

9, 212 


127, 368 
34, 492 

146,867 

140, 979 
52, 430 

192, 632 


22, 000 


42. 801 
8, 486 
48, 036 
51. 545 
19,678 
35, 217 


46. 702 


23, 876 
10, 971 
35,883 

10, 320 
7, 800 


1,669 
514 
2, 559 
1, 536 

1, 270 

2, 750 


57,809 
10. 150 
67,638 
26. 769 
12.654 
146, 415 


126, 155 
30, 121 

154, 106 

126, 552 
43, 922 

192, 182 


'8,494 


4,132, 958 


684, 028 


1, 140, 588 


1, 099,406 


474,918 


88,852 


1,669.696 


4,473,460 



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TABLE H. 



CHURCHES 



CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 



CHURCH 
SPONSORED 
MISSIONS 



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Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 



Mrs. I. F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., Durham, 27703 
Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr., Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 
Mrs. Donnie Bradley, 5901 Craig Road, Box 38, Durham, 27705 
Mrs. Leon Massey, 2619 Ellis Road, Durham, 27703 
Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., Durham, 27705 



Calvary 
C arrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



Mrs. Robert Hall, 3905 Cash Road, Durham, 27703 

Mrs. Henry Swaim, 1005 Hillsborough Road, Carrboro, 27510 

Mrs. Mabel Keith, Rt. 1, Morrisville, 27560 

Mrs. Steve Faucette, 5 Laurel Crest Drive, Durham, 27704 

Mrs. Robert Weatherly, 36 25 Randolph Road, Durham, 27705 



Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 



Miss Maggie Morris, 1410 N. Mangum St., Durham, 27 701 
Miss Judith Faipler, 1105 Wellons Drive, Durham, 27703 
Mrs. J. T. Blackley, Jr., 310 S. Benjamin St., Durham, 27703 
Mrs. Arnold Capps, 3523 Say ward Drive, Durham, 27707 
Mrs, Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletchers Terrace, Durham, 27704 



2.796 



2,' 



Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 



Mrs. Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, 27704 
Mrs. A. D. Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham, 27704 
Mrs. Jack H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Court, Durham, 27705 
J. L. Riggsbee, 2006 Sunset Ave., Durham, 27705 
Mrs. Paul A. Mitchell, 2606 Newport Dr., Durham, 27705 



Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 



Mrs. Tyson M. Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham, 27703 
Mrs. Harold T. Ellis, 4305 Holt School Road, Durham, 27704 
Mrs. Ralph J. Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266B, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Road, Durham, 2770? 
Mrs. Fred Pendley, 2609 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, 27707 



Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



Mrs. James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Archie Dollar, 101 Monterey Lane, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Louis Gate, 111 Gary Road, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Mrs. Roy A. Morris, Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro, 27502 
Mrs. Worth Shelton, 317 Morreene Road, Durham, 27705 



Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 



Mrs. Charlie R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham, 27707 
Leon J. Goodwin, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 
Mrs. Connie Garden, Box 11267, Durham, 27703 
Mrs. W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham, 27703 
C. L. Yearwood, Jr., 2622 Newquay St., Durham, 27705 



Park wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 



Mrs. Elsworth Jones, 125 Montclair Circle, Durham, 27707 
Miss Jackie Jenks, 2427 Redwood Road, Dirham, 27704 
Mrs. William Crabtree, Rt. 1, Rougemont, 27572 
Mrs. Wm. H. Hall, 1705 Stacey Drive, Durham, 27705 
Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umpstead Road, Durham, 27705 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



E. L. Kerley, Jr., 2808 Sparger Hoad, Durham, 27705 
Mrs. B. R. O'Briant, 1912 So Hi Drive, Durham, 27703 
B. B. Sparrow, 100 Chase Ave.. Chapel Hill, 27514 
Mrs. J. P. Whitfield, Box 3057, Durham, 27705 
Mrs. A. J. Frankenstein. 3703 Knoilwood Drive, Durham, 27705 
Miss Helen Byrd, 1904 James St., Durham, 27707 



TOTAL 
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2.796 



MISSION EXPENDITURES 



OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 



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150 
144 
1,200 
2. 580 



1, 792 
194 

2 
39 
582 



1, 736 
183 
187 
343 

1,928 



3,894 
306 
291 
3, 857 
3. 511 



[, 194 



1.800 

275 



3. 458 
277 
295 

1,200 
524 



1,457 

264 
535 
256 



1,295 
8 

240 
300 
250 



3, 300 
524 
188 
550 

1, 154 



22. 945 
1,642 
1,611 
9,824 

11,060 



1, 560 
3.210 
710 
135 
200 



160 
196 
104 
30 
20 



459 
835 
357 
155 
634 



1, 171 

2.823 
785 
360 

4, 210 



160 
18 
2, 100 



164 
560 
109 
100 



177 
200 
59 
50 
360 



161 

285 
38 

360 



300 

288 
290 
3, 105 



4, 312 
8. 109 
2,468 
1, 120 
10, 989 



2, 500 
1,200 
1,000 
1,030 
25 



754 
300 
127 
431 



1,855 
618 

322 
830 



4, 794 
2,786 
1,427 
3. 587 



500 



594 
100 
254 
739 
20 



500 
200 
135 
217 



500 
150 
87 
156 



5. 832 
300 
559 
60 

1, 557 



17,829 
5,654 
3,911 
7,050 
1,602 



350 

1, 375 

2, 533 
3,800 

400 



12 

47 
142 
400 



99 
74 
1, 971 
1, 008 
1.247 



295 
4.694 
14, 137 
13.441 
2. 862 



261 



500 
1, 192 
1, 500 

367 



708 
272 



380 
111 



218 
4, 437 
6. 427 

6, 783 

7. 703 



974 
12, 168 
26,951 
26,674 
12.979 



2,965 
800 
900 
1,401 
2, 128 



880 
201 
226 
25 
128 



1,412 

234 
484 
546 
237 



4, 036 
705 
2,895 
1.281 
887 



770 
71 
700 
108 
1,043 



425 
25 

700 
50 

424 



245 

600 
50 
278 



1,951 

737 
225 
335 



12,684 
2, 036 
7, 242 
3.686 
5. 460 



1,200 
150 
450 
125 

1,686 



45 
40 
181 
62 
10 



613 
444 
550 
173 
171 



1,697 
609 
814 
425 

1. 793 



165 
650 
774 
118 
106 



50 
220 
345 
50 
36 



125 
387 
4 
40 



275 
85 
48 

100 



4,636 

2, 513 

3, 586 
1,005 
3,944 



250 
487 
645 
204 
650 



38 

61 

66 
25 



94 
267 
184 
138 
266 



700 
596 
802 
716 
350 



18 



21 
13 



111 
268 
148 
10 
13 



68 
56 
443 
74 



1, 352 

1, 735 

2, 309 
1, 293 
1, 393 



770 
70 
100 

294 



365 
70 

10 



577 
155 

423 



400 
3,032 

270 
2, 576 
686 



300 
34 



44 

157 
200 
200 



40 
30 
125 



30 
125 
100 



450 
650 
276 
5,967 
626 



1.704 
4,694 

1, 088 
9, 168 

2. 498 



1, 450 
796 
1,000 
2,500 
875 



441 

660 
164 
241 



936 
130 
916 
165 
550 
510 



1, 187 
180 

2, 296 
289 

1, 561 
3.025 



408 
109 



191 

35 
884 
238 

50 



164 
25 
257 
210 
88 



116 
294 



1. 282 

3, 369 
14, 174 
141 

2, 250 



5,767 
1, 166 
10, 084 
17.849 
3,506 
5, 785 



9.271 



25,016 102,036 7,213 19,007 8,869 6,800 
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308, 055 



TABLE 1. 



CHURCHES 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


No. church-type missions 
started during the year 


No. church-type missions 
currently operating 


No. other-type missions 
started during the year 


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Angier Avenue 

Bells 

B ere 3, 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Manley Johnson, 411 Pleasant Drive, Durham, 27703 
B. L. Mason, Jr., Rt. 3, Apex, 27503 

iiiiuiew Li. r eiieii, icic ^-'arpenier-r leicner rcoaQ, JJurnam, 
Robert Grigston, 2506 Glover Road, Durham, 27703 
E. B. Clements, 4020 Roxboro Road, Durham, 27704 


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8 


Calvary 
Carrboro 

^ tiUdl r UIK 

Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Ralph Faulkner, 3224 Rowena Ave., Durham, 27703 

Ward Setzer, Rt. 6, Box 284, Hillside Est., Chapel Hill, 27 

jonnnie ijvans, rti. i, iviorrisviiie, c/oou 

Don Foust, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham, 27703 


514 






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9 
2 
9 
8 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
E dgemon t 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Dr. J. B. Morris, 1709 Vista St., Durham, 27701 
Cecil Vaughn, 2522 Holloway St., Durham, 27703 

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Robert Witherspoon, Rt. 7, Box 317, Durham, 27707 
Floyd Hicks, 239 Debra Drive, Durham, 27704 




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Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Gra ce 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Rufus Snead, 1010 Stallings Road, Durham, 27703 

w. vv. Hjavvaras, ooiu uover rtoao, uurnam, c< lui 
Jack T. Rigsbee, 2017 Sprunt Ave., Durham, 27 7 5 
R. L. Rummel, 2400 Carver St., Ext., Durham, 27705 


1 
1 


1 

4 


1 


i 


Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 


Tyson M. Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham, 27703 
Ray Rogers, 25 38 Fairlawn Road, Durham, 27705 
M. K. rriugen, oy<^o owatnmore Koau, uurnam, ct/Ui 
Richard Pool, 1131 Junction Road, Durham, 27704 
H. B. Finch, 3829 Garrett Road, Durham, 27707 








It 


Lov;es Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


Clarence Gilmore, Rt. 4, Box 88, Durham, 27703 

Donald E. Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 222, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Mariin i5parrow, rtt. i, unapei iiiii, <;/oi4: 

Marvin Davis, Rt. 1, Box 334, Pittsboro, 27312 

William Clayton, 5:331 Old Hillsborough Road, Durham, 277C 


5 






1 


Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Clyde Carroll, Jr., 4814 Erwin Road, Durham, 17705 

Leon J. Goodwin, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 

L'Onnie L/araen, rsox iico/, uurnam, <c< /Uo 

0. C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glenco Road. Durham, 27703 

Eric O'Brian, Rt. 2, Box 311C, Durham, 27705 








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2 


Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


James Blake, 1607 Euclid Road, Durham, 27707 

Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Road, Durham, 27705 

rj. w. urdDiree, iti. i, ivougeruoriL, tctoifc 

Douglas Kidd, Rt. 8, Box 273A, Durham, 27704 

William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, 27705 








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Temple 
Trinity 
University 

UJottc ^troot 
riatLb OLltJcJL 

We St wood 
Yates 


Frances E. Walker, 2527 Wilson St., Durham, 27705 
Charles E. Owens, 2205 Eastwood Drivo, Durham, 27703 
Ted Tysinger, 243 Granville Road, Chapel Hill, 27514 

W. J. Peters, 607 Candlewood Place, Durham, 27704 
J. Clifton Walker, 6607 Garrett Road, Durham, 27707 











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119 
44 



46 



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Index 

Associate or Assistant Pastors 45 

Associaticnal Board Members 4 

Associational Board Report 28 

Associational Church Libraries Organization (TACLO) 6 

Associational Dept. of Personal Christian Development (C.T.) 5 

Associational Music Council 5 

Associational Officers 5 

Associational Woman's Missionary Union Officers 5 

Auditor's Report 3^^ 

Brotherhood Statistical Table 58 

Budget 26 

Calendar of Activities 8 

Camp Committee Report . ^ . . . c . .. ........ . . . .. . . . .29 

Church Directory .43 

Church Membership & Other Information Statistical Table 48 

Church Secretaries , 44 

Church Training (T . U.) Statistical Table 52 

Clerks 62 

Committees 6 

Constitution 12 

Deacon Chairmen 64 

Deacon's Committee Report 30 

Directory of Association 3 

Enrolment of Messengers 10 

Financial Statement 34 

Future Development Committee Report . 31 

Historical Table 40 

History of Faith Baptist Church 24 

History of Ridgecrest Baptist Church . . , 23 

Library Services Directors 43 

Licensed Ministers ... . 46 

Members Deceased During the Year 41 

Ministers of Education 47 

Mission Expenditures Statistical Table 62 

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Mission Pastors 46 

Missions Sponsored 47 

Music Council Report 38 

Music Directors 5 

Music Statistical Table 54 

Nominations Committee Report 39 

Officers of Associational Organizations 5 

Ordained Ministers 46 

Ordinations Committee Report 30 

Organists 43 

Pastors Registered 12 

Perfect Church Letters 28 

Pianists 43 

Place and Preacher Committee Report 26 

Proceedings 18 

Program 19 

Recreation Directors 47 

Research Triangle Missions Committee Report 33 

Resolutions Committee Report 38 

Special Information Statistical Table 64 

Stewardship Chairmen 45 

Student Work Committee Report . . . 31 

Sunday School Directors 50 

Sunday School Report 30 

Sunday School Statistical Table 50 

Tables 48 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship Statistical Table , ,60 

Treasurers 60 

Visitors Registered , 12 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 5 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 36 

Woman's Missionary Union Statistical Table 56 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 39 

Youth Advisory Council Report 31 

Youth Directors 45 

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THE YATES 

1ST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 
Hii 1975 



THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1975 



ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD MEMBERS 

The Associational Board consists of the officers of the Association, leaders of the Sunday 
School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, the chairman of 
each Standing Committee, the Superintendent of Missions, each active pastor and two lay 
members from each cooperating church. The members of the State' General Board from our 
Association and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke University and the University of North 
Carolina shall be invited to sit with the Associational Board in an advisory capacity. 
Listed below are the lay members elected by the churches. 



Church 


Names 


Addresses 


Angier Avenue 


Claiborne Ross 


109 N. Guthrie Avenue, Durham 27703 




Paul E. Watkins 


2424 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27709 


Bells 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt 


609 N. Driver Ave., Durham 27703 


Bere a 


Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ellis 


Route 7, Box 390, Durham 27707 


Bethesda 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert Grigston 2506 Glover Road, Durham 27703 


Braggtown 


Dennis C. Grass 


C-11, 1829 Front St., Durham 27705 




R. D. Holleman 


1514 Hermitage Ct., Durham 27707 


Calvary 


Mrs. Emma Daniels 


619 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 




Merle Edmonds 


716 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 


Carrboro 


Wiley Franklin 


802 Hillsborough Road, Carrboro 27510 




Dan Goble 


Lot 20, Rocky Brook Tr. Ct. Carrboro 27510 


Cedar Fork 


W. R. Beasley 


Route 1, Morrisville 27560 




W. C. Colclough 


Route 1, Morrisville 27560 


Cheek Heights 


Don Foust 


1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham 27703 


Ira Pate 


1111 Midland Terrace, Durham 27704 


Cresset 


V. A. Shore, Jr. 


2905 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 




J. D. Keith 


116 Landsbury Drive, Durham 2770 5 


Durham, First 


W. J. Broadwell 


3629 Hathaway Road, Durham 27707 




Ellis Thomas 


2631 Umstead Road, Durham 27705 


Durham Memorial 


Exie Andrews 


2706 Wedgedale Ave., Durham 27703 




R oy Wats on 


2505 Ross Road, Durham 27703 


E dge mont 


D. F. Denning 


1912 Wallace St., Du-ham 27707 




G. H. Dickers on 


922 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 


Ephesus 


Arnold Capps 


3523 Sayward St., Durham 27707 


Robert Witherspoon 


3312 Watkins Road, Durham 27707 


Faith 


J. D. Lee 


3546 Cheek Road. Durham 27704 




Doug Pope 


412 Belmont Ave., Durham 27703 


F ieldcrest 


Thomas Ellis 


3210 Sherbon Drive, Durham 27707 




D. L. Hardin 


2725 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 


Gorman 


T. C. King 


520 Bywood Drive, Durham 27705 




R. J. Thornton 


Route 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 


Grace 


D. W. Porterfield 


3128 Gibson Road, Durham 27703 


Grey Stone 


Mrs. John Freeman 


1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 




Phil Kimball 


23 Jefferson Drive, Durham 27705 


Guess Road 


Ervin Allis on 


2704 Carver St., Durham 27705 




Don Wethington 


2204 Pike St., Durham 27707 


Holloway Street 


Mrs. Richard P. Hester 


2527 Ross Road, Durham 27703 




Wayne Nutt 


1103 Delano St., Durham 27703 


Homestead Heights 


Charles Teasley 


Route 2, Box 354, Durham 27705 




Harry P hares 


2202 Sovereign St., Durham 27705 


Hope Valley 


Carl Atkins 


4718 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707 




A. T. Hall 


1028 Carpenter Fletcher Road, Durham 27707 


Immanuel 


Wallace Long 


3517 E. Oak Drive, Durham 27705 




B. E. Suggs 


1810 Albany St., Durham 27705 


L akewood 


Dwight Chamblee 


2310 Huron Cr., Durham 27707 




Stewart Rigsbee 


1709 Wallace St., Durham 27707 


Lowes Grove 


Mr. & Mrs. Leon Driver 


Route 4, Durham 27704 


Lystra 


Archie Dollar 


101 Monterey Lane, Durham 27707 




James Shumaker 


rtoute o, L/Uapei xiiii (Cioil 


Mount Carmel 


Mrs. Ralph Blackwood 


Route 7, Chapel Hill 27514 




Mrs. S. T. Noell 


Route 6, Chapel Hill 27514 


Mount Gilead 


Roy Clark 


Route 4, Box 225, Pittsboro 27312 




Marvin Davis 


Route 1, Box 334, Pittsboro 27312 


Mount Hermon 


William Clayton 


5531 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 




Carlton King 


5323 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 


Mount Moriah 


Robert Gooch 


2012 WaWa Ave., Durham 27707 




Troy Wilkins 


Route 1, Mt. Sinai Road, Durham 27705 


Mount Pisgah 


J. E. Booth 


Route 3, Durham 27707 




Gene Sears 


Route 3, Apex, 27502 


Olive Branch 


George Ray 


Route 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 




Mrs. Fred Lipe 


3915 Wake Forest Road, Durham 27703 


Page Road 


Tom Adcock 


2523 Rolling Pines Road, Durham 27703 




W. E . Stinnett 


628 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 


Park View 


Howard Adcock 


219 Southerland St., Durham 27703 




Coy McLean 


1206 Donphil Road, Durham 27705 


Parkwood 




Plainview 


Claude Pendergraft 


Route 5, Box 721, Durham 27704 




George Woods 


2552 Ardsley Drive, Durham 27704 


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R ose of Sharon 

Temple 

Trinity 
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Watts Street 

Westwood 

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Preminto Chisenhall 

William Garrard 

Mrs. B. H. West 

Mrs. C. H. Wright 

Mrs. Norman E. Gardner 

Mr, Billy Sparrow 

Mrs. W. S. Kyle 

Hunter Kelly 

Roger Upchurch 

W. J. Peters 

Milton R obers on 

N. P. T errell. Sr. 

B. D. Wheeler 



3126 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 27705 

3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 27705 

3204 Rolling Road, Durham 277 

907 Arnette Ave., Durham 27707 

2125 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 

100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 

104 Cedar St. Chapel Hill 27514 

1302 Welcome Drive, Durham 27705 

3206 Sprunt St., Durham 27705 

607 Candlewood Drive, Durham 27704 

1406 Virginia Ave., Durham 27705 

2613 Legion Ave,, Durham 27707 

2525 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 



DIRECTOIiY OF ASSOCIATION 
1975 - 1976 



OFFICERS 

Moderator': Curtis Crutchfield 477-3934 

P. 0. Box 8057, Durham 27704 
Vice Moderator: Julian Motley 688-3947 

3315 E. Gear St., Durham 27704 
Clerk': Mrs. Doris Holmes . . , ,.471-1148 

616 Holly Ridge Drive, Durham 27704 
Treasurer': Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Auditor: Frank Nelson 688-6488 

1519 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 



General Board Members of The Baptist State Convention 



J . B. Buchanan ........................ 383-6401 

614 Starmount Drive, Durham 27705 
Rollin S. Burhans . , , . 383-1668 

4305 Berini Drive, Durham 27705 
0. C. MitcheU, Jr = 596-2403 

838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 

PAID EMPLOYEES 

Superintendent: Hubert S. Mumford . 489-3396 

2821 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Office Assistant: Mrs. J. W. Warren 477 -3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. Dallas Norris .............. 477-5551 



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2002 Woodland Drive, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Camp Caretakers: Mr. & Mrs. George Funderburk . . 596-6689 

Rt. 6, Box 181^ A, Durham 27703 

OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 
1975 - 1976 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 



General Director: Vv. Edward Kissiah (ch) 286 - 2281 

2808 Croasdaile Drive, Apt. 8=5, Durham 27705 
Younger Preschool Director: Mrs. Norman Gardner 596-6407 

2123 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 
Older Preschool Director: Mrs. Gordon Chandler 596-6971 

106 Stallings Road, Durham 27703 
Younger Children's Director: Mrs. Harrell Perry 489 -558 2 

204 Pineview Road, Durham 27707 
Older Children's Director: Mrs. L. D. Harward, Jr 477-8039 

1814 Chandallay Drive, Durham 27705 
Youth Director: Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 544-1859 

Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham 27707 
Adult Director: Rev. Norman Gardner . (ch) 596-6407 

2123 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 
VBS Director: Ted Kandler 383-4024 

2748 Middle ton St., Apt. 18-F, Durham 27705 
Outreach Director: Rev. Kermit Gray (ch) 596-8907 

Rt. 6, Box 323, Durham 27703 
Song Leader: Mel T, Luther 383^564 

4513 Cheshire Ct., Durham 27705 



CHURCH TRAINING 

Director: 

(Others pending) 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Director: Mrs. W. B. Harrill 596-3031 

420 Idlewood St., Durham 27703 
Assistant Director: Mrs. J, Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Rt. 1, Morrisville 27 560 
Secretarv^ Treasurer: Miss Peggv Clavton 477—3652 

2715 Carver St., Durham 27705 
Program Director: Mrs. W. T. Dorrity 383-3405 

2306 Gate Hill Drive, Durham 27705 
Mission Action: Mrs. Marshall Mangum 489-3534 

2203 University Drive, Durham 27707 
Murdoch Mission Action: Mrs. V. J. Chance 688-3155 

100 W. Markham Ave. Durham 27701 
Historian: Mrs. E. C. Wilkins 286-1379 

2303 Tampa Ave., Durham 27705 
Baptist Women Director: Mrs. Vernon Weaver 489-3925 

3009 Sliannon Road, Durham 27707 
Assistant BW Director: Mrs. B. H. West 489-3139 

3402 Rolling Hill Road, Durham 27705 
BYW Director: Mrs. C. W. Clayton 682-2875 

807 Demerius St., Apt. J.2, Durham 27701 
Assistant BW Director: Mrs. Henry Drane 383- 5100 

4404 Cheshire Ct., Durham 211 6b 
Acteens Director: Mrs. Merle Edmonds 596-5278 

716 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 
Assistant Acteens Director: Mrs. J. H. George 477-6902 



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RU 8, 907 Torridge Road, Durham 27704 
Girls in Action Director: Mrs. Andrea K. Rodgers » 383 -3567 

311 S. LaSalle St., Duke Manor Apt. 11-G, Durham 27705 
Assistant GA Director: Miss Velma Sherron 596-5692 

Rt. 6, Box 528, Durham 27703 
Mission Friends Director: Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Jr 477-3724 

5126 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27705 
Assistant MF Director: Mrs. Elwood Bagwell 489-5402 

224 Pine view Road, Durham 27707 
Group I Leader: Mrs. Lee Murray 477-3132 

304 Delafield Ave., Durham 27704 
Group II Leader: Mrs. Vernon Early 489-7902 

4001 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Group III Leader: Mrs. V. J. Chance 688-3155 

100 W. Markham Ave., Durham 27701 
Group IV Leader: Mrs. W. E. Rice 596-6134 

Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 
Chorister: To be appointed 
Pianist: To be appointed 
Prayer Director: To be appointed 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Director: George Archer (ch) 286-2281 

Box ,2686, Durham 27705 
Steve Austin (ch) 688-3947 

3315 E. Geer St. Durham 27704 
Mrs. David Bell 477-5134 

1822 Northgate St., Durham 27704 
Bruce Benton 489-4910 

5523 Gairett Road, Durham 27707 
Dennis Grass (ch) 477-6440 

Box 8022, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Jean Howerton . 596-5386 

114 Joyland Ave., Durham 27703 
John Laverty . . , w 682-2232 

P. O. Box 11354, Durham 27703 
Mel T. Luther (ch) 688-7308 

414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 
Wiley Oakley (ch) 477-5426 

116 Massey Road, Durham 27705 
Hugh O'Shields (ch) 596-2441 

1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
Denny Turner (ch) 688-6765 

1004 N. Mangum St,. Durham 27701 
Dan R. Vincent (ch) 477-4893 

3102 Guess Road, Durham 277 05 
Mrs. Phillip Whitaker 929-9626 

102 Melba Circle, Chapel Hill 27514 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director: J. Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Route 1, Morrisville 27560 
Baptist Men: James M. Clary 383-2955 

4009 Forestdale Drive. Durham 27705 
R. A. Director: Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 
Other Council Members: Merle Edmonds . 596-5278 

716 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 
Allen HaU 477-6 203 

3705 Britt St., Durham 27705 
W. T. Harris 477-7067 

2610 Carver St., Durham 27705 
Don Wethington 489-3097 



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YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
IN THE MINUTES 



1976 Homestead Heights 1984 University 1992 Temple 
Fieldcrest Watts Street Angier Avenue 

1977 Page Road 1985 Durham Memorial 1993 Red Mountain 
Parkwood Cheek Heights Ephesus 

1978 Bells 1986 Hollo way Street 1994 Grey Stone 
Cedar Fork Immanuel Edgemont 

1979 Lystra 1987 Trinity 1995 Carrboro 
Braggtown Gorman Grace 

1980 Berea 1988 Guess Road 1996 Lakewood 
Mount Pisgah Calvary First 

1981 Mount Moriah 1989 Plainview 1997 Mount Hermon 
Mount Gilead Westwood 

1982 Rose of Sharon 1990 Park View 1998 Faith 
Lowe* s Grove Bethesda Ridgecrest 

1983 Mount Carm el 1991 Yates 1999 Hope Valley 
Ebenezer Olive Branch Cresset 

COMMITTEES 
1975 - 1976 

Annual Meeting 

Rev» Clell Gibson, (Chm.) Box 8022, Durham 27704 (ch) 477-6440 

Rev. Clay Warf, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Durham 27701 (ch) 688 -7397 

Rev. Robert M. Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham 27705 (ch) 383-2982 

Calendar 

Mrs. Carlton Couch, (Chm.), 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 . . . 383-2208 

Mrs. Gordon Chandler, 106 Stallings Road, Durham 27703 596-6971 

Mrs. J. W. Warren, 223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 477-3178 

Camp 

George W. Ray, (Chm.), Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 596-7304 

Chris Hamlet, 917 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27701 682-3572 

A. B. Stone, Jr., 2700 Bexley Avenue, Durham 27707 489-6433 

John Deeds. HI. 1804 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701 682-6069 

Robby Phillips, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Rev. Ernest Holt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

Clyde Robinson, Jr., 933 Danbury Drive, Durham 27703 596-5138 

Community Ministries 

W. W. Sprouse (Chm.), 504 Fairfield Road, Durham 27704 477-2916 

Stacy Covil (Co-Chm.), 1706 Euclid Road, Durham 27707 544-2369 

Mrs. Dayton Gates, Rt. 2, Box 20, Rougemont 27572 477-0039 

Billy B. Sparrow, 100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 942-4025 

Milton Roberson 1406 Virginia Ave., Durham 27705 286-3428 

Mrs. Marshall Mangum, 2203 University Drive, Durham 27707 489-3534 

Mrs. Alvin T llman, 3207 Waterbury Drive, Durham 27707 493-1798 

Mrs. Robert L. Smith, 1901 Leonard Drive, Durham 27703 596-5996 

Rev. Arthur Burkam, 3321 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 (ch) 682-8750 

Constitution 

C. Bruce Little (Chm,), 3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27704 596-7750 

Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 . . . (ch) 383-1422 
H. C. Bradshaw, 1107 Vickers Ave.. Durham 27707 688-6933 

Deacons 

Billy Judd (Chm.). 5105 Green Oak Drive, Durh?,m 27705 477-8528 

Cecil Vaughan, 2522 Holloway St., Durham 27703 596-7255 

Genie H. Shepherd 909 Demerius St., Durham 27701 682-2040 

William Worcester, 2609 Ferrand Drive, Durham 27705 383-3261 

Hugh Hicks, 2903 Independence Ave., Durham 27703 596-3998 



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Evangelism 

Rev. Norman Gardner (Chm.), 2123 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 . . . (ch) 596-6407 

Ellis Thomas, 2631 Umstead Road, Durham 27705 383-5116 

\V. Ray Rogers, 2538 Fairlawn Road, Durham 27 7 05 47 7 -4 255 

Richard Bruce, 4301 Berini Drive, Durham 27705 383-4669 

Rev. Jim Pitts, Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 933-8565 

Finance 

G. T. Godwin (Ohm.), (76) 3318 S. Alston Ave., Durham 277 07 544-1840 

Vance Fisher (76). 2113 ^Vngier Ave., Durham 27703 596-6160 

Doyle Griffin (77), 4700 Rivermont Road, Durham 27705 383-5016 

Carl Wallace (77). 2713 Lawndale Ave., Durham 27705 286-2375 

Louis Carver (78), 1211 Cornwallis Road, Durham 27705 489-5240 

Robert Grigston,(78), 2506 Glover Road, Durham 27703 596-5928 

Mrs. W, A. Godwin (Treas.), Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 

Future Development 



Inter-Faith Witness 

Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush (Chm.), 3349 Denise St., Durham 27704 .... 477-3197 

Mrs. VV. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road, Durham 27707 489-7152 

Rev. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lurnley Road, Durham 27703 596-7017 

Mrs. B. H. West, 3402 Rolling Hills Road, Durham 27705 489-3139 

Rev. Jerreal Buchanan, 614 Starmont Drive, Durham 27705 . 383-6401 

Missions 

Stewart Wallace (Chm.), 614 Brookwood Drive, Durham 27707 489-7360 

Frank A. Ward, 1511 Ward St., Durham 27707 489-9777 

Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 (ch) 286-1593 

Elbert Hardee, Rt. 7. Pittsboro Road, Chapel Hill 27514 942-3309 

Rev. Richaid Shaw, Box 103, Rougemont 27572 477-3657 

Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Dive, Durham 27705 383 -3405 

Mrs. Crate Jones, 1515 Liberty St., Durham 27703 682-5363 

Nominations 

Rev. Everette Smith (Chrn.), 2500 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707=(ch) 489-2537 

Miss Nannie Mae Hemdon, Rt. 3. Box 154, Durham 27707 544-1859 

John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 682-7154 

Mrs. C. Horton Poe, Jr., 1110 Watts St., Durham 27701 6 88 -76 5 

Mrs. D. R. Garrett, 503 Everett Place, Durham 27 701 68 2-59 19 

Rev. James West, 1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-2592 

Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 . . . (ch) 383-1422 

Ordinations 

Rev. Fred King (Chm.). 1004 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 Cch; 688-6765 

Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Rev. Stancil Baucom, Box 156, Carrboro 27 510 (ch) 967-3056 

Rev. Robert McClernon, Box 3057, Durham 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

Rev. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 (ch) 493-1809 

Place and Preacher 

Rev. Malbert Smith (Chm.), Box 2686, Durham 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

Travis Clements, 3205 Sprunt St., Durham 27705 383-1218 

W. T. Harris, 2610 Carver St., Durham 27705 477-7607 

Radio and TV 

Rev. Julian Motley (Chm.), 3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 . . . . (ch) 688-3947 

Rev. Bill Brogden, Box 2686, Durham 27705 i(ch) 286-2281 

Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road, Durham 27707 489-3509 

Resolutions 

Mrs. Norman Gardner (Chm.), 9203 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 596-6508 



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Mrs. C. N. Royal, 2305 Glendale Ave., Durham 27704 477-5930 

Mrs. Fred Lipe, 3915 Wake Forest Road, Durham 27703 . 596-6523 

Student Work 

Mrs. W. N. Upchurch, Jr., (Chm.). 1913 Glendale Ave., Durham 27701 . 682-4955 

Rev. Richard Davis, 2500 Acadia St., Durham 27704 (ch) 477-7497 

Rev. Henry Turlington, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 (3h) 942-2157 

Rev. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 .... (ch) 489 - 2309 

Mrs. Leland Williams, 2729 Sevier St., Durham 27705 489-8925 

Mrs. David Hessee, 1515 Acadia St., Durham 27701 

Mrs. Wayne Brown, 2133 Sunset Ave., Durham 27705 286-0065 



David May, Box 47 52 Duke Sta., Durham 27706 (Duke Chai)lain) ..... 286-6097 
Bob Phillips, 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 (UNC Chaplain) . . . 94 2- 4266 

Trustees 

Jesse Cole (Chm.), 2938 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 489-1841 

J. V. Ingram, 2907 Ellis Road, Durham 27703 596-2391 

James Hutchins, 915 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 596-2586 

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12-18 Jewish Fellowship Week 
IS Easter 

19-23 Doctrinal Enii)hasis Week 

20 Annual Associational WMU 

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23-24 Youth Convention, Raleigh 
25 Life Coniniitnient Sunday 
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1 Singles Over 40 
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2- 9 Christian Home Week 

3- 5 Personal Ministry Program 

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7-8 St. Family Life Conference, 

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9 Mother's Day and Baptist Hos° 

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16 Baptist Radio & TV Sunday 
16-22 Association Emj.hasis Week 

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15-17 SBC. Norfolk, Va. 

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5 Ministers' Wives 

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10-11 St. Volunteer Music Directors' 

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13 Ministers' Wives 
13-14 Association WMU Leadership 

Conference, Temple 
13-14 Multi-Vention, Caraway 

19 State Missions Day 

20 Ministers' Conference 

20 Association Brotherhood Lead- 

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21 Association S. S. Leadershij) 

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2 Singles Over 40 
4 Ministers' Wives 

10 Biblical Recorder Day 

11 Ministers' Conference 

12 Association Board, Inmianuel 
15-16 State Bap. Young Women Con v. 
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6 Singles Over 40 
7-13 Royal Ambassador Week 

8 Ministers' Conference 

9 Association Board, University 
14 American Bible Society Day 

14— 15 St. Laymen's Conference, Fay- 

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19 State Jan. Bible Study Prepar- 
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19-20 State Crusader RA Congress 
21 Child Care Day and Offering 
25 Thanksgiving 
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ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 

Angier Avenue: Mrs. A. B. Carson, Harvey Craig, Mrs. Harvey Craig, Mrs. Vance 
Fisher, Mrs. Crate Jones, John Laverty, Mrs. John Laverty, Rev. Robert Phill- 
ips, Fred Rhodes, Claiborne Ross, Mrs, Bobby Taylor, Paul Watkins, Miss 
Ephna Watts. 

Berea: Joyce Ellis, x\ndre\v Ferrell, Mrs. Andrew Ferrell, Harold Massey, Mrs. 
Harold Massey. 

Bethesda: D. j. Booth, Mrs. William Farrell, Robert Goodwin, Robert Grigston, 
Mrs. Robert Grigston, Bruce Little, Hugh O'Shields, Lunsford Williams, Mrs, 
Lunsford Williams. 

Braggtown: Lucille Brooks, Ralph Cooke, Mrs. Ralph Cooke, Rev. Dennis C. 

Grass, Mrs. Dennis C. Grass, Mrs. R. D. Holleman, Mrs. Macon Morris, Mrs. 

Lee Murray, Frank Nelson, Mrs. Frank Nelson. 
Calvary: Mrs. Dahlia Crim, Mrs. Emma Daniel, Mrs. Mae Edmonds, Merle Edmonds, 

Dana Johnson, Josh Johnson, Mrs. Lucy Oakley, Mrs. Alice Watson, Coy Wat= 

son. 

Carrboro: Mrs. Maude Brooks, Josie Perry, Rhea L. Ross, J. R. Wright, Mrs. J. R. 
Wiight, 

Cedar Fork: Mrs. J. L. Colclough, Willie C. Colclough, Beatrice Couch, Naomi P. 

Morse, Mrs. Harriet R, Page. Mildred Sanders, Mrs. Suezine Wilson. 
Cheek Heights: Jimmy Carroll, Don Foust, Mrs. Don Foust, Mrs. Nettie Lasater, 

Mrs. Mary Lesperance, Ira Pate, Donnie Watson, Pete Watson. 
Cresset: Jerry Bullock, Jesse Cole, Louise Cole, Carol Salmon, Willie Williamson. 
Durham Memorial: Exie Andrews, Richard Blake, David Brame, Vila Chappell, R. 

T. Foushee, Crawford Hart, Fannie Hart, Mrs. Jean Howerton, Mrs. Otis Lee, 

Cecil Vaughan, Bobby Watson, Roy Watson. 
Edgemont: Mrs. J. T. Blackley, Jr.", Maebelle G. Crabtree. B. F. Denning, Mrs. 

Lela Denning, Mrs. Luanne Latta, G. E. McCorkle, Mrs. G. E. McCorkle, Miss 

Janet Morris, Norris Strickland. 
Ephesus:Mrs. John Booker, Arnold W. Capps, Mrs. Arnold Capps, Blanche Daniel, 

Mrs. W. E. Elliott, Mrs. Robert Hege, Patsy Nickelston, Mrs. J. P. Riggsbee, 

James B. Riggsbee, Thomas E, Smith, Doris Tillman, R. K. Witherspoon, 

Thelma Witherspoon. 
Faith: Mrs. Hazel Burkan, Helen Teasley, Mrs. Loretta Tutor. 
Fieldcrest: Mrs. Linwood Daniel, D. L. Hardin 

First: W. J. Broadv^ell, Mrs. W. Jethro Broadwell, John H. Clayton, Mrs. John H. 
Clayton, A. B, Comer, Mrs. Imogene Deeds, Mrs. Christine Ferrell, Bill Garrett, 
Mel Luther, Miss Inez Page, Harrell B. Perry, David K. Rowan, Ellis Thomas, 
Margaret Thomas. 

Gorman: Steven D. Austin, R. E. Broughton, Sam A. Carter, W. C. Clark, E. H. 

Denny, John B. Hall, Tom C. King, J. Preston Stainback, J. J. Thornton, Rob= 

ert J. Thornton, Harvey A. Wall, Sr. 
Grace: Rev. Henry B. Anderson, Mrs. C. S. Dhue, W, W. Edwards, Mrs. W. W. Ed^ 

wards. Miss Hazel Hare, D. W. Porterfield, Rev. Dennv L. Turner, M. O. Tvn- 

dall. 

Grey Stone: George Archer, Mrs. Blanche Blake, Mrs. S. E. Dennis, Marcus Edger- 

ton, Mrs. Sue Freeman, Ed Kissiah, S. L. Martin, Mrs. Malbert Smith, Jr., Mrs. 

J. E. Strawbridge, Carl Wallace, Mrs. Carl Wallace, Stewart Wallace. 
Guess Road: Mrs. David Elliott, Peggy Clayton, Mrs. Lib Fox, Mary Galloway, 

Mrs. Lewis Laws, Mrs. Geraldine Mitchell, Robert Rummel, Mrs. Robert Rum- 

mel, Mrs. Raymond Thomas, Dan Vincent. 
Holloway Street: Mrs. Ira Belle Beck, Mrs. Pansy Dixon, Mrs. Glenn Eagle, Mrs. 

Darlene Harrill, Richard P. Hester, Mrs. Richard P. Hester, Mrs. Winston W. 

Ives, Mrs. W. Aubrey Jones, Ted C. Kandler, Mrs. John K. McGranahan, Mrs. 

Hubert Mumford, John J. Weatherspoon. 
Homestead Heights: Clarene Rogers, Bill Rogers, Mrs. Joann Rogers, Rav Rogers, 

J. W. Warren. 

Hope Valley: Mrs. Dana Kelly, Ralph Lewter, Mrs. James I. Murphy, J. R. Snipes, 

Mrs. J. R. Snipes. 
Immanuel: Vernon Griffin. 

Lakewood: T. F. Crabtree, Faye Finch, J. E. Hughes, Mrs. J. E. Hughes, J. M. 
Rigsbee, Mrs. Joe Rigsbee, Stewart Rigsbee. 



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Lowes Grove: Jim Barringer, Leon E. Driver, Gus T. Godwin, Edna llursi, R()l)ert. 

Hurst, Berlena Jester. 
Mount Carmel: Carlene McNease, John McNease, Mae Noell. 
Mount Gilead: Mrs. Roy Clark, Mrs. Auburn Tripp, LaRue Tripp. 
Mount Hermon: Mrs. Sandra Browning, Bill Clayton, Dewey Clayton, Mrs. Blanche 

Couch, Mrs. O. A. Couch, William Dorrity, Mrs. W. A. Godwin, L. H. McDade, 

Mrs. Rachel Noblitt, Mrs. Robert Winecoff. 
Mount Moriah: Mrs. Ben Berry, Robert Gooch, Mrs. Robert Gooch, Troy Wilkins. 
Mount Pisgah: J. E, Booth, C. E. Byrd, Rachel Churchill, Clyde Farrell, Mrs. 

Clyde Vv'. Farrell, Mrs. Rufus Horton, Mrs. Elizabeth Woods. 
Olive Branch: Mrs. Ila Currin, Mrs. VV. L. Currin, Kermit Gray, Mrs. Alice Lipe, 

George Ray, Mrs. Leslie Ray. 
Page Road: Tom Adcock, 0. C. Mitchell, Jr., Mrs. J. H. Ryder, Gene Stinnett, 

Margaret Stinnett, Mary White, 
ir'arkview: Raymon Lester, Coy McLean, Mrs. Eula Mae Robinson, C.L. Yearwood, 

Jr. 

Plainview: Betty Corley. 

Red Mountain: Nancy Crabtree, William Crabtree, Betty Lu Ellis, Sidney Ellis, 

Mrs. Dayton Gates, A. M. Hall, Mrs. A« M. Hall, Jr. 
Ridgecrest: Wiley Oakley. 

Rose of Sharon: William Garrard, Carl Griffin, Wandra Griffin, Joyce Lassiter, 
David Lewis, Jose Salquero, Bryant Scott. 

Temple: E. L. Kerley, Jr., Mrs. E. L. Kerley, Jr., Leonard E. Smith, Mrs. Leon- 
ard Smith, Miss Beulah Belle Teer, Mrs. Philip Ward, Mrs. M. Clay Warf, E. B. 
Weatherspoon, Mrs, E, B. Weatherspoon, Rachel Wright. 

Trinity: Mrs. Norman R. Gardner, Mrs, Dorothy Hicks, Mrs. B. R. O'Briant. 

University: Thomas Brickhouse, Mrs. Carl T. Durham, Mrs. Jerome Fisher, Mjs. 
William Kyle, D. C. Phillips, Mrs. D. C. Phillips, B. B. Sparrow, Rev. Steve 
Teague, Mrs. R. B. Vaughan, Mrs. Anne Yost. 

Watts Street: Mrs. R. L. Andrews, Robert L. Andrews, Robert Berry, Mrs. Robert 
Berry, Gary Cole, Thad Hall, Ken Harrell, Mrs. William Munn. 

Westwood: Walter L. Eakes, Mrs, Walter L. Lakes, Bob Terrell, Doris Terrell, J. 

Linwood Tew, Margaret C. Tew. 

Yates: Ben D. Wheeler. 

VISITORS REGISTERED 

Jeannie Allen, Mrs. C. E. Andrews, Mrs. Theo Apperson, Reba Austin, W. S. 
Bagwell, Mrs. F. Q. Barbee, Mrs. W. E. Beddingfield, Ike Breedlove, E. B. Britt, 
Hallie Brooks, Rev. Jereal Buchanan, Mrs. L. A. Cannady, Landis Cannady, 
Marshall Cash, Ruby Castle, Bob Childress, Isaac Clark, Jr., Edvv'in S. Coates, 
Eloise Comer, F. Joseph Clontz, Dr. Tom Corts, Mrs. Paul Couch, Mrs. I. Fred 
Crabtree, Elizabeth Crotts, Curtis Crutchfield, Mrs. Ray Cumbee, Erwin Dillehay, 
Violet Dollar, S. A. Doak, Mrs. S. A. Doak, Annie Dollar, Mrs. Leon E. Driver, 
Mrs, M. T, Edgerton, W. E. Ferguson, Ken Ferrell, R. F. Ferrell, Grace Fogleman, 
Mary Foushee, Dr. John Freeman, Sue Freeman, Mrs. Henry H. Gilmore, Doris 
Goodin, L. G. Gwaltney, Zelia Harris, Elton Haswell, Ruby Haswell, Mrs. Jessie 
Hemphill, Nancy Hildebran, Sam Hobson, Frances Hoke, Doris E. Holmes, Tom 
Honey cutt, Frances M. Howard, J, Cecil Howard, Charles G. Howell, Delia How- 
ell, Mrs. J. B. Jones, Kathie Jones, Sadie Kennedy, Calvin Knight, Mrs. Esther 
Lloyd, Roy M. Lovv'der, A. W. Enquire, Elizabeth McGhee, Helen McGhee, Mrs. 
M. T. Mangum, Virgie Martin, Lila Mason, Minnie Miller, Dr. J. C. Mitchell, Joan 
Mitchell, Mrs. Jane O'Motley, Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, Dallas Norris, Mrs. Dallas 
Norris, Bonnie Jean Oden, Mrs. Lois O'Neal, L. T. Parrish, Mrs. L. T. Parrish, 
Bobby Pendergraft, Roberta M. Perry, H. C. Phares, Mrs. IL C. Phares, D. C. 
Phillips, H. A. Pollard, Doug Pope, Julia Pope, Marie Porter, Hastletine Riggs- 
bee, Mrs. C. N. Royal, Jans Salquero, B. E. Sloan, Donnie Smith, Nine Smith, 
Thelma Strayhorne, W. Isaac Terrell, Phyllis J. Thomas, Blanche Thornton, K. B. 
Tripp, Tony Tripp, Stewart C. Wallace, Mrs. Foyo E, Ward, Nora Weaver, Gladys 
Wheeler, Rosa Wilkins, Mrs, Willie Williamson, Mrs. Robert Winecoff, Glenn Win- 
stead, and Joe Winstead. Mrs. E. B. Britt, Mrs. L. L. Fogleman, 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Stancil Baucom, Ben Berry, Don B. Brown, Art Burkam, Jr., Nelson L. Cham- 



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bers, Howard Corley, Paul Couch, Ray L. Cunibee, Ronald Cuinbie, Richard T. 
Davis, E. H. Ferrell, J. A. Foglenmn, Harry Fowler, A. D. Frazier, Norman R. 
Gardner, Herman S. Goodin, Gerald Goodwin, Norman E. Gossett, Richard C. Hen° 
derson, Robert Hubbard, Aubrey Jones, Crate Jones, Fred King, L. H. Knott, Rob- 
ert McClernon, Ned Mathews, Burley W. Moore, Julian M. Motley, Hubert S» Mum- 
ford, James I. Murphy, Jimmy L. Nickelston, Jimmy L. Pitts, Richard G. Shaw, 
Everette J. Smith, Malbert Smith, Jr., Henry E. Turlington, Clay Warf, James E. 
West, Robert Winecoff. 

CONSTITUTION 
Revised 1975 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 
Durham County and adjacent territories which sui)port the programs of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" vv'ith its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational 
life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five^Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or 
small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others con- 
cerning those articles of the Christian Faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salva- 
tion revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance towards God and faith in 
Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should 
hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise 
and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw 
up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever 
they may think is advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists in the Scrip- 
tures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpreta- 
tion, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scrip- 
tures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in 
other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected 
messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent 
territories and the regularly elected officers of the Association and members of 
the Associational Board which are in agreement with the puri)ose as stated in 
Article II. V\lien not in session this Association shall be comprised of its member 
churches which shall elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to 
Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Asso- 
ciation and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly certified in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof and one for each ad- 
ditional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers 
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(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as mess- 
engers, in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members 
of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any 
Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply 
to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving 
evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watch- 
care of the Association, Upon r ecommendation of the committee and the approval 
of the Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, 
the cnurch or churches shall be received under watchcare of the Association for 
a period of one year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare such 
churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its privil- 
eges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to voting rep- 
resentation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, the 
church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received into 
full fellov^ship of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the request 
for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches 
shall be auhtorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privileges and 
voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to with- 
draw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox princi- 
ples of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists, 
or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the annual ses- 
sion of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes 
fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in particular, or 
that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at 
its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of 
the church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or 
representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the 
church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and 
shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it 
may advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for 
their adoption, and may claim for itself, its obejcts, and its recommendations the 
highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach 
the Associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VH. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two suc- 
cessive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating 
churches. 

Article VHL FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on De- 
cember thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderat- 
or, Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Parliamentarian, and such others as maybe auth- 
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Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the 
Association* 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion, and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting dur- 
ing which they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and 
installed, unless removed for cause* Any officer may be elected to succeed him° 
self, except that the Moderator may not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may 
be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve 
order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamen- 
tary usage, and serve as Chairman of the Associational Board, and ex-officio 
member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in 
his absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, 
superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed 
Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary 
of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which 
shall be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two 
churches each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to- 
date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Associa- 
tion, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the 
Associational Board, and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board 
and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annual 
report to the Association, 

Section 10. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules 
of order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 11. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three- 
year term, v;ho shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, 
and shall perform such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board 
may prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the 
leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Bro- 
therhood, and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Di- 
rector of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each 
member church. The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying 
the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim 
between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Asso- 
ciation as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual 
performance of its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the 
officers, committees, and organizational workers of the Association and commit- 
tees of the Associational Board that may occur during the year. It shall make a 
full and complete report of its work at each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee com- 
posed of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, 
Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar, 
Camp, Community Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees, and the Director 
of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, inter- 
pret policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth opera- 
tion of the Associational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Associa- 
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Tne committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Asso- 
ciation may direct. 

Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or on 
the part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Associ- 
ation or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and 
voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association 
upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided 
the proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational 
Board prior to the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first 
day of the Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 

BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along with 
any other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 
These committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and 
shall make reports of the work to the Associational Board and/ or to the Associa- 
tion. Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To institute 
a system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 1976 session, 
one member of each three-member committee shall be elected for one year, one 
member for two years, one member for three years, and thereafter each committee 
member shall be elected to serve for three years. In the case of five-member com- 
mittees, at the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for one year, two mem- 
bers for two years, two members for three years, and thereafter each member shall 
be elected to serve for three years. In the case of seven-member committees, at 
the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for one year, three members for 
two years, three members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be 
elected to serve for three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 
1976 session, three members shall be elected for one year, three members for two 
years, three members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected 
to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members of all 
standing committees. 

Section 1= THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the j)rogram for the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the WMU Director, 
the Brotherhood Director, the Musio Council Director, and the President of the 
Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members.lt shall be the duty of this 
conmiittee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the Association a pro- 
gram of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members whose 
duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with tlie advice 
and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem^ 
bers whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its cooper^ 
a ting churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift, and to i)rovide educational opj)ortunities for keep- 
ing our peoi)le informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's 
and Baptist Men's organizations, v;hose duty it shall be to identify needs in the 
Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, un° 



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wed mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and pro= 
bationers, emotionally disturbed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to 
provide ministries to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist and offer train- 
ing for those with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to 
specific areas when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association, 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings an d activitie s for the in= 
formation and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem= 
bers whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in the churches, 
including the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and 
carry out association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when 
feasible, and to utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its 
efforts with other association committees and organizations in their evangelistic 
outreach knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship« 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the committee shall 
be elected for a term of three years with two members each year on a rotating 
basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the x\nnual Meeting, repre- 
senting a d efinite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for 
raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for State Mis- 
sions funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to 
its strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizational 
structure, and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for 
the improvement and strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem. 
bers whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their 
people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist 
Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better in- 
formed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and tlie 
world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relation- 
ship with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information v;hich can be utilized by the churches 
and the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions Vv'ithin 
the boundaries of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Asso- 
ciational Board the location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or 
missions, and to assist the organization of such churches as might be authorized 
and to review for the Finance Committee applications from churches for State 
Mission funds. It shall be the duty of this committee to study the applications of 
churches seeking admission into the Association and to make recommendations 
regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven mem- 
bers, v;hose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Assoeiarion for all 
general officers and comniittecmon (except the Director of Mission:: as heretofore 
provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for ap- 
proval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday 
School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library 
organization (TACLO). This committee will receive from the six organizational 
committees and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of 
nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations 
shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all gene- 



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ral or^nizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy 
in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem» 
bers who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial students 
seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the examin- 
ation of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific position 
in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination un- 
til after approval of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the 
place of meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend 
to the Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along Vv'ith a 
preacher and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing 
of time, to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to en- 
courage the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the Associa- 
tion or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual 
Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three mem- 
bers, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the offer- 
ings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as the 
Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff members 
through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by individual 
church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be Christian 
stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to denomin- 
ational objects. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area 
acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and pro- 
mote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within 
the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry of the churches to 
students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at 
least five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to 
provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/ or with the youth of our 
churches. 

Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Associa- 
tion and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Associa- 
tion and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members 
present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing 
fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those 
churches desiring to cooperate with tlie Association. In called meetings of the 
Association and the Associational Board, a number representing a majority of the 
cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. 
He shall confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject without special i-ermission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or 
at his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent 



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edition (1970) of Robert's "Rules of Order". 

Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 



The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist 
Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the 
Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Lavv^s may be amended by a majority vote of those present and voting 
at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 

PROCEEDINGS 
of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

27th Annual Session 
October 27, 28, 1975 

First Night's Session with Durham Memorial Baptist Church 

Monday Evening, October 27, 1975 
Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator, Presiding 

7:00 P. M. Registration and Fellowship 

1. The Yatesmen, Ministers of Music of the Yates Association Churches, pre- 
sented a Mini-Concert. 

2. Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator, opened with prayer, 

3. The host pastor, Gerald Goodwin, welcomed messengers and visitors. 

4. The Moderator made announcements concerning other sessions of the Annual 
Meeting. 

5. Dr. R. C. Henderson presented the report of the Annual Meeting Committee 
and moved the adoption of his report as printed, with the exception of one change; 
the presiding officer for the Tuesday Evening session. This was seconded and 
approved. 



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PROGRAM 



MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1975 
Durham Memorial Baptist Church 



7:00 Registration 

Music Director, Dan Vincent 
Minister of Music, Guess Road Baptist Church 

Instrumentalist, Miss Peggy Clayton 
Guess Road Baptist Church 

7:15 Mini-Concert featuring the Yatesmen ... 

Ministers of Music of Yates Association Churches 

Prayer . Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator, Yates Association 

Pastor, Mount Hermon Baptist Church 

Welcome Rev. Gerald C. Goodwin 

Pastor, Durham Memorial Baptist Church 

Report of Annual Meeting Committee Dr. R. C. Henderson 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 

Introduction of Guest Speaker 

7:45 Message Dr. Tom Corts 

President of Wingate College 

8:15 Hymn (415) "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus" 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus, Ye soldiers of the cross; 
Lift high His royal banner. It must not suffer loss: 
From vict'ry unto vict'ry His army shall he lead, 
Till ev'ry foe is vanquished. And Christ is Lord indeed. 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus, The strife will not be long; 
This day the noise of battle. The next the victor's song: 
To him that overcometh A crown of life shall be; 
He, with the King of glory. Shall reign eternally. 

Music "Why Do I Sing" Yatesmen 

Scripture - Hebrews 4:1-12 Rev. Lawrence Knott 

Pastor, Westwood Baptist Church 

8:30 Annual Sermon - "THE BIBLE: THE SWORD OF THE SPIRIT" . . . 

Rev. Ned Mathews 
Pastor, Cresset Baptist Church 

Theme Song "Grace to you" 

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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1975 
Bethesda Baptist Church 



9:00 Registration 

Music Director, Dennis Grass 
Minister of Music, Braggtown Baptist Church 

Instrumentalist, Hugh O'Shields 
Minister of Music, Bethesda Baptist Church 

9:15 Mini°Concert featuring David Phipps .... 

Minister of Music, Hope Valley Baptist Church 

9:35 Message Dr. J. C. Mitchell 

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Winter Park, Florida 

10:20 Welcome Rev. Tobie P. Stone 

Pastor, Bethesda Baptist Church 

Music by the Yatesmen .... 

Ministers of Music of Yates Association Churches 

10:30 Greetings from 

The North Carolina Baptist State Convention Agencies 

10:45 Panel of Yates Organizational L eadership Rev. Hubert S. Mumford 

Superintendent of Missions, Yates Baptist Association 

11:15 Music by the Yatesmen 

Ministers of Music of Yates Association Churches 

11:20 Associational Board Report .......... Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator 

Pastor, Mount Hermon Baptist Church 

11:30 Miscellaneous Business 

11:45 Our Churches Praising the Lord Dr. R. C, Henderson 

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Durham 

Theme Song "Grace to You'* 

Grace to you, Grace to you, 
God's great grace to you. 
As you walk through your life in joy or strife, 
God's grace, God's grace to you. 



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TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1975 
Southern High School Auditorium 



7:00 Registration 

Music Director, Mel T. Luther 
Minister of Music, First Baptist Church, Durham 

Instrumentalist, Mrs. Mel T. Luther 
Organist, First Baptist Church 

7:15 Mini-Concert featuring The Revelation ♦ . . * First Baptist Church, Durham 

7:40 Lay Leader Award Rev» Hubert S. Mumford 

Superintendent of Missions, Yates Baptist Association 

Nominations Committee 

Resolutions Committee 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:10 Music by the Ladies Ensemble First Baptist Church, Durham 

Mrs. R. C. Henderson, Director 
Mrs. Doyle Davis, Accompanist 

8:15 Message Dr. J. C. Mitchell 

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Winter Park, Florida 

Theme Song "Grace to You" 

Grace to you, Grace to you, 
God's great grace to you. 
As you walk through your life in joy or strife, 
God's grace, God's grace to you. 



6. Dr. Henderson presented the guest speaker. Dr. Tom Corts. 

7» Dr. Corts brought words of welcome from Wingate College and addressed the 
session on "Feeding the Thousands in the Wilderness". Dr. Corts concluded his 
message with prayer. 

8. The messengers and visitors sang "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus". 

9. The Yatesmen sang "Why Do I Sing?". 

10. Reverend Lawrence Knott read the evening scripture from Hebrews. 

11. Reverend Ned Mathews preached the Annual Sermon, beginning and closing 
with prayer. 

12. The session was closed with the singing of "Grace to You". 

Tuesday Morning Session 
9:00 A. M. - Registration 

13. David Phipps and Judy Kelly presented a Mini-Concert. 

14. Dr. R. C. Henderson introduced the guest speaker, Dr. J. C. Mitchell. 

15. David Phipps led in prayer. 

16. Dr. Mitchel brought the morning message using Ezekial 22:23 as his text. 

17. Tobie P. Stone welcomed the messengers to Bethesda Church. 

18. "Let Christ's Freedom Ring" was sung by the Yatesmen and accompanied 
by Don Vinson. 

19. The following reports were made: Baptist Foundation by Mr. Coats; Baptist 
Children's Homes by Isaac Terrell; North Carolina Homes for the Aging by Christ- 
ine Ferrell; The Department of Campus Ministry by Joe Clontz; North Carolina 
Baptist Hospital by Calvin Knight; and Program Committee by R. C. Henderson. 

20. H. S. Mumford presented his panel of organizational leadership consisting 
of Ed Couch, new Brotherhood Director; Mrs. Darlene Harrell, W. M. U. Director; 
Ed Kissiah, Sunday School Director; John T. Laverty, Music Director; Ellis 
Thomas, Chairman of Evangelism Committee; George Ray, Chairman of the Yates 
Camp Committee, W. W. Sprouse from the Christian Social Ministries Committee, 
Clay Warf, Student Work Committee and Roy Lowder, Deacon's Committee. He 
recognized his faithful office staff, Mrs. Emily Warren, Mrs. x^ltaree Norris and 
Mrs. W. A. Godwin. 

21. The Yatesmen sang **Great God of Our Salvation". 

22. The Vice Moderator, Julian Motley, presided and Robert Winecoff presented 
the report of the Associational Board. Mr. Winecoff moved the adoption of his re- 
port and the approval of the resolutions contained in his report. This was second- 
ed and approved. 

23. Robert Winecoff, reporting for the Missions Committee, read a portion of the 
Missions Committee report from the Book of Advance Reports. He moved the adop- 
tion of this report and the approval of the reinstatement of Ebenezer Baptist 
Church Vvfithout a waiting period. This was seconded and approved, 

24. Bruce Little, Chairman of the Constitution Committee, moved that the 
recommendations of the Constitution Committee be accepted. He moved that these 
recommendations be approved and the Constitution revised. This was seconded 
and approved, 

25. Dr. R. C. Henderson led in a Church testimonial service after which the 
theme song, "Alleluia" was sung. Churches participating in the service were 
Angier Avenue, Calvary, Ebenezer, First, Mount Hermon, Hope Valley, Yates, 
Holloway Street, Berea, Grey Stone, Cresset, Faith, Lakewood, Page Road, 
Cedar Fork, Mount Carmel, Parkview, Edgemont. Temple, Trinity, Durham Me- 
morial, University, Gorman, Rose of Sharon, Bethesda, Braggtown, Grace, Field- 
crest, and Mount Moriah. 

26. After prayer by H. S. Mumford, the session was adjourned for lunch at the 
Ruritan Community Building. 

Tuesday Evening 
Southern High School, Durham 

27. A Mini-Concert Vv'as presented by the Revelation Choir of the First Baptist 
Church, 

28. Norman Gardner, who arranged for the use of Southern High School for the 
concluding session of the twenty -seventh annual session of Yates Association, 
welcomed those present. 



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29» A season of prayer before the business session was closed by Robert Wine- 
coff. 

30. Everette Smith, Chairman of the Nominations Committee, placed Doris 
Holmes* name in nomination for the new Clerk of the Association. He also recom- 
mended the election of all officers listed in the Book of. Reports. He made one 
correction in the Student Work Committee; the deletion of Mrs. David Hessee from 
the Committee and the addition of Dr. John Dilday to the Committee, This motion 
was seconded and approved. 

31. Mrs. Norman Gardner, Chairman of the Resolutions Committee, presented 
her report and moved its adoption. This was seconded and approved. 

32. The Proposed Budget for 1976 was presented by Gus Godwin, who moved 
the adoption of the report as a tentative Budget for 1976. This was seconded by 
Bob Holleman and approved. 

33. The Place and Preacher Committee Report was given and on motion by 
Bob Holleman was seconded and approved. 

34. The Clerk presented Certificates of Merit to Churches qualifying for them. 

35. Dr. Henderson moved to include all reports in the Annual Minutes that are 
included in the Book of Reports. This was seconded and approved. 

36. The Moderator recognized new pastors, staff members and officers in the 
Association. 

37. Everette Smith moved that Roy Morris, deceased Pastor of a Yates Associ- 
ation Church, be memorialized by printing his picture and a biographical resume 
in the Annual Minutes. This was seconded and approved. Mr. Smith also moved 
that the Twenty-Seventh Annual Minutes be dedicated to Harrell Perry, retiring 
Clerk and to Roy Morris, deceased Pastor formerly of the Carrboro Baptist 
Church. This was seconded and approved. 

38. H. S. Mumford presented a certificate of appreciation to retiring Moderator, 
Robert Winecoff. He presented a tribute to Mr. Winecoff. 

39. H. S. Mumford presented the Lay Leader of the Year Award to J.J.Thornton. 

40. Special Music was presented by the Ladies Ensemble of the First Baptist 
Church. 

41. The Evening Message was presented by Dr. J. C. Mitchell, Pastor of First 
Baptist Church, Winter Park, Florida. He closed his message with prayer and led 
in singing "Spirit of the Living God". 

42. The theme song, "Grace To You" was led by Mel Luther. 

43. The retiring Moderator, Robert Winecoff, led the closing prayer for the 
Twenty-Seventh Annual Session of the Yates Baptist Association. 

THE HISTORY OF CRESSET BAPTIST CHURCH 

Organizational services for Cresset (formerly Fellowship) Baptist Church were 
held on November 29, 1959, in the sanctuary of the Yates Baptist Church. Dr. 
Leroy Parker (then president of the N. C. Baptist State Convention) challenged 
the 145 ccharter members to be an evangelistic, mission minded, praying and giv- 
ing church. This has been a worthy goal through almost 16 years. Rev, Fred 
Tumblin of Greenville, S. C, was called as first pastor and served until 1963. 
For the first three and one-half years the dhurch met in the Howerton Bryan 
Funeral Home. Mr. Winston Montgomery and his staff were quite generous in mak- 
ing available to us their chapel. Along with Mr. Montgomery we were also helped 
and encouraged by Rev. Henry Anderson, Rev. Hubert Mumford, and others too 
numerous to mention here. 

Our first baptismal service was on February 21, 1960, at Grey Stone Baptist 
Church. Another perhaps "all time first'* was the lovely wedding of Mary and J. 
D. Keith in the "Funeral Chapel" on August 9, I960. Also in 1960, on April 3, 
we purchased the five acres on which our present building is located. 

On July 16, 1961, William T, Brogden, son of Mr, and Mrs. Boyd G. Brogden, 
Sr., was ordained as a minister of the Gospel. Bill, now Assistant Pastor at Grey 
Stone Baptist Church, was the first from our church to go into full time Chris- 
tian Service, but one of our primary desires has been to see a number of our 
people follow God's leading into full time Church or Mission related vocations. 

The first building on Picket Road was begun in 1962 with the ground breaking 
ceremonies on Sunday afternoon, December 2. Our oldest member, Miss Nannie 
Peed (now deceased), spaded the first shovel of dirt. The first service was held 



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in the new building on Sunday, September 1, 1963. We had our first Homecoming 
celebration on the third Sunday in September of 1963, and our first baptism in the 
new building on September 29, 1963. Our pastor, Rev. Tumblin, accepted a call 
to a church in Macon, Georgia. V/hile without a pastor for almost a year we werp 
blessed by the ministry of Rev. C. N. Royal (former pastor of Angier Avenue 
Baptist Church, now deceased). 

In December of 1964 our present pastor, Rev, Ned Mathews, accepted the call 
to come and lead our church. As he preached the whole counsel of God's Word his 
spiritual energy and enthusiasm became contagious. In 1965 we took our first 
church census, a new pastorium was constructed, and there was a renewed inter- 
est in Bible study. 

Our first Girls' Auxiliary Coronation Service was in May, 1966, and our first 
two-Vv?eek Vacation Bible School in June. Our Sunday School began a real increase 
in enrollment and we also entered a bond program in order to enlarge our church 
facilities. The nev\/ building was occupied in early 1968. 

In November of 1967 the church name was changed from Fellowship to Cresset, 
The meaning of the word creeset is "'an iron holder for an open fire" and our de- 
sire is to live up to our name and see the fires of evangelism glow in our city 
and throughout the world. 

Our youth activities began to increase in 1968. Our first youth retreat was held 
at the Yates Campground in August. In the spring of 1969, we had our first con- 
tact with Missionary Charles Hobson of Argentina when he led us in revival 
services. The services were a tremendous spiritual experience and as a result of 
this revival, four of our young people were led to be "summer missionaries" with 
Child Evangelism. In July v;e bought our "first' * activity bus. In November we 
celebrated our 10th anniversary and conducted our first Lay Institute with Dr. 
Mike Hopping from Atlanta, Georgia, leading. 

A program of Lay Evangelism Training was begun in April, 1970. This has per- 
haps meant more to our church than any other one thing. Under the leadership of 
our pastor, many of our people have learned how to share Christ Vv'ith others. Tliis 
work is a continuing one and the trained continue to train others. 

Our desire to work with internationals was realized when a group of Chinese 
from this area began having a weekly Bible study in our church. A number have 
become members of our church,, and are serving as teachers, deacons, and in many 
other capacities. They have truly blessed our lives with their presence among us. 
This history of 1970 would not be complete without saying that in this year we 
felt a great sorrow and loss in the homegoing of two of God's choice servants, 
Brother V. A. Shore, Sr., and Rev. Thomas McKneely. 

Children and adults alike were charmed by the talents and spiritual beauty of 
storytime on Sunday evenings by Mrs. Carol Avery. This was in 1972. Also in 
that year a ministry among our senior citizens was begun with Mr. Duncan Cole 
as its director. This was called TIMICAS. and this group enjoys get-to»gethers 
for fellowship, field trips to various places, and are especially helpful in the im- 
portant telephone evangelism ministry. 

In the summer of 1972 six of our young people attended "Explo *72" in Dallas, 
Texas, along with 80,000 others from the United States and foreign countries. 
Christmas of 1972 had as its special guest, Happy Calhoun of Possum Gap, 
Georgia, 

Bus Evangelism introduced a real turning point in the life of our church, when 
in September of 1972 we began busing people to church. The results were 
astounding. We now have five bus teams and routes, three children's churches, 
and a marked increase in attendance and church membership. The most important 
fact of bus evangelism is that individuals, and in some cases whole families, 
have come to know Christ and follow Him in baptism and church membership. 
Also in 1972 we reached our highest goal of $3,000 for the Lottie Moon Christ- 
mas Offering. 

On January 1, 1973, Robert Weatherly was called as Minister of Youth and 
Evangelism. His ordination service was held at Cresset on January 7, 1973. 
Under Bob's leadership our youth work and bus evangelism have been strengthen- 
ed and increased. 

Our first Easter sunrise service was held on the church lawn in 1973. That 



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summer three of our young men attended the Royal Ambassador Congress in St, 
Louis, Missouri. In a miraculous way, in the summer of 1973 the church had op- 
portunity to purchase 40 acres of land on Garret Road. "The Lord's half-acre 
program" was conceived and by sacrificial giving in many cases, families pur- 
chased portions of land and gave it to the church. In June of 1974 the property 
was bought and paid for and we v^ere ready "to build". 

In September, 1973, the area-wide Billy Graham Crusade was held in Carter 
Stadium in Raleigh. Many of our people participated in choir work and personal 
counseling. Our pastor served on the Crusade Executive Committee. 

The fall of 1973 brought a nev; program to our youth in theform of "Proteens". 
Rev. Frank Hamrick came and introduced this program to our young people and 
their parents. Proteens is now entering into its third year. This includes Bible 
study, recreation, and Christian fellowship, v;ith summer camp for added inspira- 
tion and meeting nev; Christians. 

Christmas of 1973 brought lots of memories for our pastor and v;ife and lots of 
laughs for all as "This is Your Life - Ned and Slielby Mathews" was presented. 

The following year, 1974, was a busy one for buying property, growing bus 
routes, active youth groups, renewed interest in youth choir, and closed out with 
a return visit from Plappy Calhoun at our annual Christmas banquet. 

In January, 1975, we entered a $475,000 bond program to pay off old debts and 
begin building on the "Promised Land". Our young people held a weekend re- 
treat at Ridgecrest and b egan work on "The Common Cup", their first musical 
production, to be presented in the spring. January was a busy month ending Vv'ith a 
most unusual Sunday evening service complete v;ith kerosene lamps, pump organ, 
old-fashioned singing and preaching, and old-fashioned dress. 

In February the youth entertained the TIMICAS group at a Sweetheart Banquet. 
On a cold Sunday, March 2, we broke ground for the first phase of our building on 
Garrett Road. Every work in the church was represented by those who turned a 
spade of earth. Building began in April. May days brought the Mother-Daughter 
banquet and the production of the "Common Cup" by the youth choir. 

In June the first Vacation Bible School and Youth Camp was held on Garrett 
Road. In July our youth group went to the Wilds for a week where AUyson Jones 
won first place in a National Essay Contest. On August 25 Cresset Christian 
Academy opened its doors Vv?ith 70 pupils, plus faculty. The school provides a 
Christian education for kindergarten through the 11th grade. 

The Lord has done great things for us whereof we are truly grateful and glad. 
He has blessed our past and given us bright promises for the future, 

THE HISTORY OF HOPE VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH 

Hope Valley Baptist Church is completing its 16th year under the direction of 
a new pastor. Dr. James I. Murphy. Our first pastor, the Reverend William L, 
Pearson, served from 1959 until 1965, The Reverend Warren E. Kerr served nine 
years as pastor, 1965-1974. 

In the early 1950's Berea Baptist Church made plans to relocate on Garrett 
Road. Land was secured from Roy and Lida Atkins (one-half of the original tract 
a gift); Daniel and Dorothy McDuffie (one-fourth of the land as a gift); one-fourth 
of it Vv/as purchased. In 1958, the members of Berea Baptist Church adopted a 
resolution in conference suggesting that Berea Baptist Church remain where it 
was and that persons who desired to remove to the Garrett Road site beav;arded 
all money and assets in the building fund, a piano, and visual aids equipment; 
that the cemetery at Berea be opened for use by members of either group. 

Those who would constitute the new church proceed to construct a building on 
the property provided by Berea on Garrett Road. February 1, 1959, when the build- 
ing was almost completed, 70 eligible voters decided to name the church "Hope 
Valley" and they elected a planning committee. 

On March 15, 1959, the first worship service was held in the newly constructed 
building, after which a conference was presided over by Reverend Hubert S. Mum- 
ford, Superintendent of Missions of Yates Association, until Reverend William L. 
Pearson was called as pastor. Then the church elected deacons, adopted a con- 
stitution, adopted a budget ($5,838), set a schedule for services, agreed to re- 
ceive charter members through April 19, 1959, arranged for a revival, and agreed 
to apply for membership in the Yates Baptist Association. One hundred twenty- 



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eight members iransferred from Berea to Hope Valley at once. In April the church 
had 134 members, with a Sunday School membership of 159 and an average at= 
tendance of 140. The Training Union enrollment was 58. That summer a communis 
ty census was made. 

Since a strong and rather unique beginning in 1959, Hope Valley has: 

1. Purchased a parsonage in 1965, later to be sold in July, 1974 as a result of 
plans for the Jordan Reservoir; 

2. Purchased property including a five-room house. This brought the amount of 
land being used by the church to seven; 

3. Paid off the debt on the first building in 1968; 

4. Under the leadership of the Reverend Warren E. Kerr, sent forth two minis- 
ters of the Gospel (Leland Kerr and C. F. Boykin, Jr.); 

5. Increased the annual budget from $5,838' in 1959 to $58,394.15 in 1975; 

6. Launched and almost completed a $300,000 building program which provides 
a well=equipped sanctuary and other space for future use; 

7. Developed a church staff consisting of pastor, secretary, minister of music, 
and sexton; 

8. Grown in membership to 214 persons. 

Across these 16 years there has been a significant growth in Chrisitan maturity 
on the part of the members as is evidenced by current stewardship practice, 
Bible-centered interest and concern, and vision for readiing the larger Hope 
Valley community through evangelism and service. 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Five meetings of the Board Vv'ere held last year, also several meetings of the 
Execut-ve Committee between sessions of the Board. Because of the illness of 
the Moderator, the Vice Moderator functioned as Moderator during June, July, and 
August. 

Plans, activities, needs, and achievements of committees and associational 
or^nizations ; were heard at each meeting. Matters of business significant to the 
Yates Association and not dealt with elsewhere are reported below. 

At Page Road, November 9, a major item was consideration of the annual meet- 
ing. Praise was expressed for the "fine meeting just passed". A question v;as 
raised about the value of the meal served on the second day, especially in view 
of the cost, the large attendance, and the fact of no afternoon program. The Board 
considered a resolution presented by Frank Nelson from the deacons of Bragg- 
town: "Be it resolved that the individual churches or special groups of churches 
not be held responsible for the meal at the annual meeting," The Board decided 
that . . . "individual churches or special groups of churches not be automatically 
held responsible for the meal at the annual meeting", and that "... the decision 
concerning the meal be left to the discretion of the program planning committee." 

Application to the North Carolina State Baptist Convention requesting $2500 
for office help and $1000 for two summer workers were approved. 

At Park View, February 11, a proposed budget for 1975 totaling $63,856 was 
approved. Announcement was made that $2100 for office help and $1000 for inter= 
racial summer workers had been approved by the State Convention. 

The following officers were elected: Rev. Julian Motley, Vice Moderator; John 
Clayton, Chmn., Nominations Committee; George Ray, Chmn., Camp Committee; 
W. W. Sprouse, Chmn., Christian Social Ministries Committee; Stacy Covil, Co- 
Chairman, Christian Social Ministries Committee; Billy Garrett, Chmn., Future 
Development Committee; and Mrs. Ruth Mangum, member, Christian Social Minis- 
tries Committee. 

The Board approved six recommendations by the Superintendent of Missions 
related to emphasizing the Cooperative Program. Among them were: the purchase 
of the film, "Rope of Sand", the Annual Meeting Committee plan some special 
emphasis on the Cooperative Program, and churches be challenged to increase 
giving by 2% of total undesignated receipts, or by a 15% increase over 1974 
gifts. 

At Plainview, May 13, the Moderator reported that the Executive Committee 
had decided in response to an inquiry that the Lay Leader Award could not 
be awarded posthumously because . . . "this would be "inconsistent with the pur- 
pose of the recognition." A new organization, "Singles Over Forty", was report- 



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ed by Mr. Ed Kissiah. 

The significance of the Cooperative Program was emphasized by an entertain- 
ing puppet show presented by Grey Stone youth and their director, Bill Brogden. 

Dr. Richard Henderson, for the Annual Meeting Committee, stated their unwill- 
ingness to assume responsibility for deciding about a meal on the second day of 
the annual session, and raised questions about the wisdom of securing larger 
facilities for the concluding session and about electing the Annual Meeting Com- 
mittee for a longer period than one year in order to facilitate long-range planning. 
The first two items were referred to the Executive Committee and the latter to the 
Constitution Committee, 

Stewart Wallace reported that the Missions Committee had received a request 
from Ebenezer requesting re-admission to the Yates Association. Pie also stated 
that the committee planned to . recommend during the next Annual Meeting 
that Ebenezer Church be reinstated without a waiting period." 

The prior appointment by the Moderator of Everette Smith as Chairman of the 
Nominations Committee to replace John Clayton, upon his resignation, was sus- 
tained. 

Approval was given a recommendation of the Future Development Committeej 
that •*. . . the Executive Committee be authorized to look into the possibility of 
hiring a person . . ." as a second staff member, tentatively called "Minister of 
Outreach", that the report be considered by the Board on June 24 if feasible, 
and that if affirmative action was recommended and approved then, that final ac- 
tion be taken at the Annual Meeting. (The June 24 meeting was not held). 

At Yates Baptist, July 29, the Board studied two job descriptions for a second 
staff person as written by Dr. Ernest Upchurch and by the Executive Committee. 
In view of the obvious lack of unanimity about the necessity for a second person 
and, the nature of his v,^ork if a second person were employed, the Moderaoor was 
asked by the Board to appoint another committee to study the matter v;ith in- 
structions to have at least a progress report by the October Board meeting. (The 
Moderator subsequently appointed: Ray Cumbee, Chairman, Crate Jones, Clell 
Gibson, Norman Gardner, Stancil Baucom, Travis Clements, and Robert K. Wither- 
spoon as the committee.) 

The Board approved a recommendation from the Executive Committee that the 
4th Sunday of October of each year or any Sunday more suitable to each church 
--be observed as Pastor Appreciation Day in the churches of the Association. 

At Mount Moriah, October 21, the Board approved a division of the present 
Constitution into Constitution and By-Laws with several minor changes designed 
to clarify or update the document. A proposed budget for 1976 totaling $66,258 
was studied, and approval Vv'as given for the purchase of a new addressograph at 
a cost of approximately $1500. (The purchase will come from the 1975 budget.) 

With the consent of its director Mrs. John Freeman, TACLO, The Associational 
Church Library Organization, was disbanded until such time as it might become a 
viable organization again. 

Approval was given a resolution introduced by the Rev. Art Burkam for the 
Ministers Conference of the Yates Baptist Association related to pornography. 
The resolution was approved with the understanding that efforts were being made 
to develop and present to Durham City and County officials a model ordinance 
based on one written by the Christian Action League. Adoption of the resolution 
was interpreted as "moral backing" for the efforts to be exerted in influencing 
City and County officials to enact an ordinance aimed at eliminating the sale and 
distribution of pornographic materials. 

The Resolution approved by the Board is as follows: 

"H'e the people of the Yates Baptist Association recognize and deplore the 
fact that there is a crass commercial exploitation of explicit sexual conduct 
through the public exhibition or sale of lewd films and obscene publications, and 

"Whereas, the commercial exploitation of explicit sexual conduct through the 
public exhibition or sale of lewd films and obscene publications constitutes a 
debasement and distortion of a sensitive key relationship of human existence 
central to family life, community welfare, and the development of human person- 
ality, and 

^'Whereas, this exploitation is indecent and offensive to the sense and public 
morals and interferes with the comfortable enjoyment of life and property, and as 



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such interferes with the interest of the public in the quality of life and the total 
community environment, the tone of commerce in our city and county, property 
values and the public safety and morals, and 

"Whereas, this exploitation and the continued operation of such activities is 
detrimental to the best health, safety, convenience, good morals, and general 
welfare of this city and county, and the residents thereof; 

"Therefore, it is with the foregoing in mind that we resolve that we will take 
a vocal and public stand against such activities which exploit such explicit sex- 
ual conduct thr ought he public exhibition or sale of lewd films and obscene pub- 
lications, and urge our governmental leaders to adopt an ordinance which de- 
clares such activities to be a public nuisance and which provides for their abate-- 
ment." 

No monuniental decisions were made by the Board, but it did seek m ()j)eiiiiess 
and good spirit to undergird and inipleiiient the work of the Association m its ef^ 
forts to reach out in the name of Christ to }>eople. Concern for people at the point 
of their need has been a recurring theme throughout the year, and appropriately 
so. 

The year just closed has not been one in vvhich there were no differences of 
opinions, but it has been one characterizes by a, "We're on the move in the right 
direction" spirit. We have acted like brothers °= in Christ. 

Robert M. Wmecoff, 
Moderator 

REPORT OF THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

The work of tlie committee over the past year has been centered around two 
special projects. The first of these projects was to secure the services of the 
Apostoloi Team to work in and through churches in the Yates Association during 
the summer of 1975. This team Vv'as made up of four Baptist college students and 
was sponsored jointly by the Baptist State Convention and the Yates Associa- 
tion. During the summer the team v.'orked with a number of different c hurclies in 
V, B, S., day camps, recreation, drama, worship, and many other areas of minis- 
try. This committee is especially indebted to the Youth Advisory Committee 
which worked directly with the team and the participating churches. 

The second project also involved the Apostoloi Team, but was directedfor the 
benefit of young people from Yates Association who were entering college in the 
fall of this year. This project involved the planning and conducting of an event 
at the Baptist Student Center at U. N. C. -Chapel Hill to help orientate prospect- 
ive freshmen to college life. The freshmen were also introduced to B. S. U., work 
and what it can mean to all college students. This committee is especially in- 
debted to Mr. Bob Phillips, Baptist Campus Minister at U. N. C. -Chapel Hill, for 
his conducting of this program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
M. Clay Warf, Chairman 

1976 PROPOSED BUDGET ^^^^ 

1975 Expenditures Tentative 

MISSIONS Budget Nine Months Budget 



1) Church Expansion 

2) Evangelism 

3) Camp: Superintendent 

4) Maintenance 

5) Insurance (House, Lodge, Lia- 

bility) 

6) Capital Improvement 

7) Bond Retirement 

8) Library and Visual Aids 

9) Youth Council 

10) Ministers Conference 

11) Sunday School 

12) Church Training 



95. 00 


$ 98,73 


S 100.00 


300.00 


1. 187. 48 


300,00 


1.980, 00 


1, 485, 00 


1,980, 00 


2,010. 00 


2,403.91 


2, 500. 00 


748.00 


682, 20 


7 50.00 


500. 00 


. 00 


500, 00 


9, 300. 00 


7. 376,63 


9.300, 00 


300. 00 


385.63 


300, 00 


400. 00 


143, 44 


300,00 


150,00 


26,98 


150,00 


400. 00 


208, 97 


400.00 


100.00 


21,06 


200, 00 



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13)W. M. U. 


1. 200. 00 


809.95 


1. 220. 00 


14) Brotherhood 


200. 00 


327. 69 


400. 00 


15) Music 


100.00 


47. 50 


300. 00 


16) Baptist Student Work 


300. 00 


150.00 


375. 00 


17) Annual Meeting Committee 


300.00 


.00 


300. 00 


18) Deacons Committee 


200. 00 


175.34 


300. 00 


19) Missions Committee 


300. 00 


42. 52 


300. 00 


20) Foundation Committee 


50. 00 


.00 


50. 00 


21) Literacy Committee 


150, 00 


258.63 


200. 00 


22) Future Development 

23) "Contact Teleministry 


100. 00 


4. 40 


75. 00 


150. 00 


. 48 


200. 00 


24) Inter-Faith Witness 


300. 00 


. 00 


100.00 


25) Research Triangle Mission Committee 


. 00 


. 00 


50. 00 


26) Ministers Wives 


. 00 


. 00 


100. 00 


27) Singles Over Forty 


.00 


.00 


200.00 


28) Community Ministries Committee 


.00 


.00 


200,00 


29) Radio- TV 


.00 


.00 


200.00 



1) Tax on Garrett Road Property. 

2) Same amount: income for WIN School will offset e xpenses for 1975. 
3^ Same amount. 

4) Minimum to do adequate maintenance; some might have been charged against 
Capital Improvement. 

5) Based on small rate increase. 

6) Minor improvement to facilities. 

7) Same amount. 

8) Same amount 

9) A reduction seemed in order. 

10) Anticipated increased activity. 

11) Central School, etc., anticipated. 

12) More active program. 

13) Small increase. 

14) Revitalized organization. 

15) More activities. 

16) $75.00 included for committee work, 

17) Same amount. 

18) More work planned. 

19) Increased work anticipated. 

20) Same amount, 

21) Present amount inadequate; includes supplies. 

22) This year's appropriations not used, 

23) Nominal increase each year. 

24) Program does not require as much money. 

25) New item for this committee. 

26) Needed for publicizing meetings & etc. 

27) New item for a new program in our association. 

28) New item for this committee. 

29) Re-activated committee work. 

1975 
Budget 



SALARIES 

30) Director of Missions 
Si^ Office Assistant 
SH) Clerk 

33) Part-time Secretaries 

34) Summer Youth Missions 

35) Apostoloi Summer Team 

OFFICE EXPENSE: 

36) Maintenance 

Rent 

Electricity 

Water 

Fuel 



1976 

Expenditures Tentative 
Nine Months Budget 



$9. 400. 00 
5, 800. 00 
370. 00 
4, 000. 00 
2,400.00 
1,000. 00 

3, 660. 00 
( 2,400.00) ( 
( 230.00) ( 
( 80.00 ( 
( 600.00) ( 



$7,050. 04 
4, 350, 04 
.00 
2,999.00 
5 1. 13 
933.91 



$9,600. 00 
6,000. 00 
350. 00 
4,600. 00 
2. 400. 00 
.00 



2,779.05 5. 175.00 

1,800.00) ( 3.000.00) 

209.39) ( 300.00) 

42.75) ( 80.00) 

384.91) ( 600.00) 



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Janitor 


( ,d\J(j, UU) ( 


CD 1. L^) 


t Qpck nn^ 
oco. UU; 


Miscellaneous 


( loU, 00) ( 


O 1 C ON 

o 1. b (C) 


1 oU. UU ) 


37) Telephone 


1 ftnn no 

i , DUO, UU 


1 1 nn 


1 800 on 


38) Postage 


iC, UUU. UU 


1 45? ^ np 

i , 4o O. U<C 


9 Ann on 


39) Supplies 


1 , iCUU. UU 


Q oa 1 1 
O oO .11 


1 9nn nn 

1 , ^UU. UU 


40) Equipment 


. UU 


nn 

. UU 


o oc nn 

iC i 0. UU 


41) EQuipment repairs 


inn nn 


192. 55 


200. 00 


42) Insurance 


54. 00 


36. 30 


~54; 00 


43) Workmen's Comp. Ins. 


100.00 


8 3. 00 


150,00 


44) Directories 


100. 00 


98. 75 


100. 00 


OTHER EXPENSES: 








45) Director's Travel 


1, 840. 00 


1 , oo (J4 


o Ann AA 
c, 000, UU 


46) Director's Housing 


2, 600. 00 


1, 952. 00 


2, 800, 00 


47) Director's Retirement 


700. 00 


375. 03 


700, 00 


48) Director's Insurance 


1, 000. 00 


638. 45 


1, 000, 00 


49) Christmas Bonuses 


350. 00 


, 00 


350, 00 


50) Social Security: Director's 


1, 114. 00 


835. 50 


1, 1 14. 00 


51) Office Assistant 


340. 00 


u;o4. 52 


360. 00 


52) Secretaries 


235. 00 


178. 17 


275. 00 


53) Camp Superintendent 


1 16. 00 


86. 93 


1 25. 00 


54) Convention & Conferences 


500. 00 


441. 23 


500, 00 


55) Printing 


1, 200. 00 


848. 67 


1, 500, 00 


56) Service Contracts 


' 350.00 


268.65 


' 350* 00 


57) Incidentals 


300. 00 


20 1, 96 


300, 00 


58) Reserve 


1,794.00 


.00 


,00 


TOTALS 


$63,856.00 $44,853.36 


$66,258.00 



30, 31) Cost of living increase. 

33) Need of more help. 

34) Same Amount 

35) This Vv^as a one-time program. 

36) Normal Increase. 
37,38) Hopefully enough. 

39) Same. 

40) New item (Carousel Slide Projector; Telephone Answering Service). 

41) Normal increase. 

42) Same. 

43) Based on salary increases. 

44) Same amount. 

45,46) Cost of living increase. 

47-50) Same amounts. 

51-53) Based on salary increases. 

54) Same amount. 

55) Increase in services. 

56) Same amount. 

57) Same amount. 

58) Any amount over budgeted items pledged by churches will be put in this ac- 
count. 

CHURCHES PRESENTING PERFECT LETTERS 

Angier Avenue Grace Mount Pisgah 

Berea Grey Stone Park View 

Braggtown Guess Road Red Mountain 

Calvary Holloway Street Ridgecrest 

Cedar Fork Homestead Heights Rose of Sharon 

Faith Hope Valley Temple 

Fieldcrest Lowe's Grove Trinity 

Gorman Mount Carmel Westwood 

Mount Hermon 

REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

The Constitution Committee recommends a division of our present Constitution 



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into a Constitution and By-Laws. It proposes that Article XI, "Committees and 
their Duties", except Section 21, and Article XII, "Rules of Order", be removed 
from the Constitution and incorporated in the By-Laws; the former because chang- 
es in name, size, and duties are frequently proposed for the associational commit- 
tees and the incorporation of this article in the By-Laws would facilitate such 
changes; the latter because Rules of Order are commonly included in By-Laws. 

It also proposes that the first sentence in Article X, Section 2, be incorporated 
in the By-Laws. It has no relationship to the rest of the section and does not af- 
fect the policy-making or^nization of the Associational Board. 

The committee recommends the change in title from Superintendent of Missions 
to Director of Missions, to be consistent with a change approved at the 1975 ses- 
sion of the Southern Baptist Convention, and to amend the Constitution by using 
the new term wherever the old term appears. 

The committee recommends that the words, "first session of the" be deleted 
from Section 4 of Article IX. 

The committee recommends a clarifying change in Article IX, Section 4, to 
read, **except that the moderator may not serve more than two years in succes- 
sion." 

The committee recommends that the office of Historian (Article IX, Section I), 
be dropped, since that office has been combined with that of clerk, and the duties 
retained under those of clerk. It recommends that the office of parliamentarian be 
added in Article IX, Section 1, with a Section 10 added to define the duties. It 
proposes that the present Article XI, Soction 21, be added to Article IX of the 
Constitution as Section 11. 

The committee recommends that the following be added as Section 10 of Arti- 
cle IX of the Constitution: 

The Parlidinentarian shall advise the Moderator on questions of Rules of 
Order and procedure at the annual sessions of the Association and at Associa' 
tional Board Meeting. 

The committee recommends a change for clarification in i^rticle X, Section 2, 
to read: 

It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, and 
or^nization workers of the Association and committees of the Associational 
Board which may occur during the year. 

The committee recommends that the portion of the third sentence of the intro- 
ductory statement of Article XI, which would become Article I of the By-Laws 
under these recommendations, beginning "and are subject . . ." be deleted and 
the following sentences substituted for it: 

Members of committees shall serve for a term of three years. To institute a ro- 
tation system and to provide for a continuing committee, at the 1976 session, one 
member of each three-^member committee shall be elected for one year, one for 
two years, one for three years, and thereafter each committee member shall be 
elected to serve for three years. 

In case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member shall be 
elected to serve for one year, two members for two years, and two members for 
three years, and thereafter each committee member shall be elected to serve lor 
three years. 

In the case of seven^member committees,, at the 1976 session, one member shall 
be elected to serve for one y ear, three members for two years, and three members 
for three years, and thereafter each committee member shall be elected to serve 
for three years. 

In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 session, three members 
shall be elected to serve for one year, three members for two years, three mem- 
bers for three years, and thereafter each committee member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. 

The committee recommends the addition of the Future Development and Youth 
Advisory committees to the standing committees and that these, with their mem- 
berships and duties, be incorporated in Article I of the By-Laws. 

The committee recommends that the Foundatijn Committee shall be discontin- 
ued as a separate committee and its duties incorporated with those of the Stew- 
ardship Committee. 

It further recommends that sections of the proposed Article I of the By-Laws 



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(the present Article XI of the Constitution) be renumbered to reflect the additions 
and deletion of committees. 

The committee recommends that the name of the Christian Social Ministries 
Committee (Article XI, Section 5) be changed to Community Ministries Commit- 
tee. 

The committee recommends as Section 10, Article I, of the ByLaws the follow^ 
ing: 

The Future Development Committee shall be composed of five members whose 
duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to its strengths and weak- 
nesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizational structure, and in the 
light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for the improvement and 
strengthening of said program. 

It recommends as Section 21 of Article I of the By=Laws: 

The Youth Advisory Committee shall be composed of at least five members, 
normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to provide or sponsor 
periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of our churches. 

The committee recommends that the word ''considered" be deleted from the 
last sentence of the introductory statement to the present Article XI of the Con- 
stitution (proposed Article I of the By-Laws) and the sentence read *'The Moder- 
ator and the Director of Missions shall be ex°officio members of all standing com- 
mittees." 

The committee recommends that Article III of the proposed By-Laws (present 
Article X, Section 2 of the Constitution) be amended to read '"Baptist student 
chaplains in the educational institutions within the area of the Association." 

The c ommittee recommends that the following be included as Article IV of the 
By-Laws: 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority vote of those present and voting 
at any annual meeting of the Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
C. Bruce Little, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

This has been a good year in Associational Sunday School work. A good spirit 
seems to prevail in the participating churches and we are grateful for the bless= 
ings of the year. It is our continued prayer that every church in the Association 
will participate in the Sunday School program. Together Vv'e can do that which we 
might not be able to do alone. 

An Adult Workers* Clinic, effectively led by Norman Gardner, was held at 
Trinity Church on January 13 with 68 present. 

On March 11 and 12 there was a Central Training School at Grey Stone Church 
with 384 present. These special update conferences were led by Sunday School 
personneL The quality of Sunday School work in Yates Baptist Association 
should improve greatly as a result. Plans are now in the making for a similar 
school in March, 1976. 

At the Vacation Bible School Clinic on April 22 at Angler Avenue Church 210 
were present, representing a substantial increase over the past two years. 

On May 1, there was a Preschool and Children's Workshop at Braggtown Church 
led by Hilda Mayo, June Gardner, Linda Chandler and Judy Harward and a team 
from Braggtown Church. 

During the year various staff members have assisted in the churches, as re- 
quested. An even greater year is in prospect for 1975-76. We need every church 
participating in this program. Please join usf 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ed Kissiah, Director 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

"Share His Love Now" was the Southern Baptist theme for the year 1974—75. 
W. M. U. was very involved in carrying out this theme. We had as our major pro- 
ject this year, "Love Thy Neighbor". Each age level organization was reminded 
that when we really love we will share God's love. Without love there will be no 



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sharing. 

The first Monday of November has been designated as Baptist Women's Day of 
Prayer, Yates Bapitst Women met jointly with the Durham County Missionary 
Union and observed this day of prayer. The morning meeting was at HoUoway 
Street Baptist Church and the evening meeting at Mt. Gilead. Approximately 120 
people attended these two meetings. As we met together we again realized that 
there is one God over all mankind. 

Yates Association was honored to have Missionary Frank Belvin in Februajv 
teach the Adult Home Mission study, **Missions in the Mosiac". Mr. Belvin taught 
the book in three different churches v/ith every one invited to attend. Many of our 
churches took advantage of this opportunity. Frank Belvin is a Home Missionary 
to the Indians of Oklahoma and wrote one of the chapters in the book. 

Our 26th Annual Associational meeting was April 15th at Temple Baptist 
Church v;ith 400 in attendance. Alma Hunt, who for many years was the Execu- 
tive Secretary of Woman's Missionary Union of the Southern Baptist Convention 
was the featured speaker in the evening session. Special music was presented 
by Betty Eagle, soloist, and the adult choir of Bethesda Baptist Church. '"Share 
His Love Now" was the theme of the meeting. Mrs. H. 0. Hern, wife of a mission- 
ary to Lebanon, spoke in the afternoon session on how His Love is being shared 
in a foreign land. Three Acteens thrilled our hearts as they shared with us ways 
they have found to share the love of God. 

In May the G. A.'s sponsored a Mother-Daughter banquet which was an over- 
whelming success. Mothers and daughters came from all around the Association 
to Braggtown Baptist Church and enjoyed a time of good food, fellowship, and 
learning. 

Quarterly meetings for Acteens and their leaders were held in the various 
churches during the year with good participation. 

The Associational WMU council members conducted a one night workshop Sep- 
tember 15th at Mt, Carmel Baptist Church. Twenty eight of our churches were 
represented with 160 registered in attendance. 

Each of the age level directors have been busy aiding the churches in their 
work. We are looking forward to a great year in WMU as we emphasize spiritual 
Growth and Direct Evangelism. There is a new exciting interest in WMU among 
our women in Yates Association for Vv'hich I Praise The Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Darlene Harrill, Director 

REPORT OF BROTHERHOOD 

For several years we have had difficulty in maintaining a Brotherhood organi- 
zation, and having a worthwhile program. This year something different was at- 
tempted with success. 

Following a suggestion from the Rev. Edwin Bullock, Director of our State 
Brotherhood Department, we set up a Council rather than an organization. Key 
persons from all the churches, especially those concerned about Royal Ambassa- 
dors and Baptist Men's work, were invited to meetings each month to discuss, 
plan and carry out Associational Brotherhood Activities. Gradually a small group 
of loyal and dedicated men was formed. Out of that group a Brotherhood Director, 
a Royal Ambassador Director, and a Baptist Men's President were enlisted. Next 
year the council will continue to meet in charge of these three officers, plus 
others as they are also enlisted. 

During the past year several successful meetings were held. 
On January 21 a ''Brotherhood Launch Night" was held at Guess Road Church 
with the Association ''Yatesmen" singing, the Rev. Robert Watson bringing some 
information on the Royal Ambassador organization, and the Rev. Edwin Bullock 
bringing the main message. 

On March 17 and 18 a Mid-Year Brotherhood workshop was held at Guess Road 
Church as a refresher course for church workers. 

The Annual Royal Ambassador Track Meet was held at Southern High School 
on Saturday, April 26. 

The best attended meeting of the year was ''Man-Boy Night" at Yates Camp on 
Saturday afternoon and evening of June 7. Men and boys played together in vari» 



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ous games in the afternoon. There was special music, a demonstration of magic, 
food galore, and a final message by the Rev. Richard Shaw, pastor of Red Mount- 
ain Church. The laymen worked hard for this event under the leadership of Mac 
Clary. 

The final meeting of the year was a Leadership -Conference at Grace Church 
on September 2, with g uest t each ers from Raleigh: Mr. Jim Burchette and Rev. 
Robert Watson in addition to our own Superintendent of Missions. 

Next year I shall be able to step aside and let some loyal, dedicated laymen 
lead in the program. 

Several exciting events are planned. A "Prayer Supper" sponsored by the Bap- 
tist Men will be held on Saturday night, January 24. This comes the night before 
**Baptist Men's Day** to be observed in many of our churches. An American Red 
Cross First Aid Course will be sponsored in February. Both a swimming course 
and a golf tournament are set for July. 

The annual Man-Boy Night and the R. C. Conclave are scheduled for June 26 
and August 21 respectively. The climax for 1976 will come on October 1, 2 when 
the ^oyal Ambassadors and their leaders take a Mission Tour to Mundo Vista and 
the North Carolina Zoo. 

Congratulations, MenI 

H. S. Mumford, 

Acting Brotherhood Director 

REPORT OF MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council met for planning meetings five times during the past year. 
One big event, which was for the entire association was the Associational 
Praising at First Baptist Church, Friday evening, April 25. This was an evening 
of praise to God through music. All churches of the association were invited to 
participate and most of them did. The members of the council served as direcotr 
of groups of churches. These groups each sang several numbers. At the end of 
the service all the choirs sang several numbers combined under the direction of 
Charles Gatwood, of the Music Department of North Carolina Baptist State Con- 
vention. 

Between the choir selections there were several solos and duets and congrega- 
tional hymns. The PraiSing was a tremendous success. In fact, many who were 
there felt it was the finest associational music event they had ever attended. 

There was a successful and helpful Music Directors meeting on Saturday after- 
noon September 6 at the association camp grounds. Those who attended also en* 
joyed a cookout as part of the meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Laverty, Director 

REPORT OF TACLO ORGANIZATION 

(Slightly revised and abbreviated) 

The Associational Library Committee sponsored a Library Workshop on Satur- 
day, March 8, at the Grey Stone Baptist Church, with a library consultant from 
Raleigh bringing a slide presentation and a helpful instructional lecture and dis- 
cussion. Plans were made for a Library workers* Conference in September, but 
these were cancelled because of a conflict in dates in the Associational calen- 
dar. 

Due to a temporary lack of interest in using the consulting services, the 
TACLO organization has been disbanded for 1976. It is hoped that a meaningful 
survey may be made in the months that lie ahead to determine the resources, the 
needs, and the direction of the church libraries of the Yates Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Sue C. Freeman, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

The committee has been occupied with maintenance of the Camp during most of 
the year. Normal upkeep, coupled with a few repairs, and some vandalism have 
caused us to overspend. 



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Our caretaker, Eugene Funderburk, has been forced to take a disability retire- 
ment, and unable to continue. We aie therefore in urgent need of a replacement. 

Tentative sites have been set for a basketball court, and a 30' flagpole. 

The committee has conferred with the Army Corps of Engineers concerning our 
severance line. When plans for the Falls of the Neuse were announced several 
years ago, we realized we would lose several acres to the Federal Government. 
x\t the present time it appears that we may regain a few acres on high ground that 
will accommodate multipurpose buildings. 

Finally, let us say that we are convinced that additional facilities will be 
erected in 1976; these should multiply the use of the property. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George Ray, Chairman 

REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 40 

This new group was organized during the year. It was "'first'* among North 
Carolina Baptist Associations. Mrs. Maxine Morgan of First Church at the time 
was enlisted as a consultant for its organization. 

It meets primarily for fellowship on the first Saturday of each month. Those 
above 40 years of age who have lost their mates by death or divorce, or are still 
unmarried, are welcome. Notices are sent to all churches each month. 

Officers are: President, Mr. Claiborne Ross; Secretary/Treasurer, Mrs. Bern- 
ice D. Eubanks; Program Co-chairpersons, Mr. EdKissiah, Mrs. Darlene Harrill. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Bernice D. Eubanks, 
Secretary/ Treasurer 

REPORT OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

1975 was a year of progress for the Christian Social Ministries Committee. Be- 
coming better organized than in the past, the committee initiated and made pro- 
gress in several areas of work: 

FOOD CLOSET: A plan v;as organized for involving local churches in follow- 
up with families helped by the food closet. At least 14 church contacts were made 
through this service. 

MENTALLY RETARDED: This committee helped secure possible Sunday 
School rooms to house classes for tlie MR in our local churches, 

LAUBACH LITERACY: Two courses Vv'ere held in 1975 for training in Laubach 
with 31 persons receiving this training. 

MURDOCH-UMSTEAD: The committee visited at the Butner complex and ar- 
ranged for a "Murdoch-Umstead Friends Night" meeting in October of 1975. The 
purpose of this meeting was to acquaint the local churches as well as surrounding 
associations with the areas of service available to us there. Craft exhibits, dis- 
plays and music were provided by the Murdoch-Umstead patients. Although we 
feel a giant step has been taken in this ministry, there remains much work to be 
done here. 

PUBLICITY: A request was made from this committee to each association 
church for a laision person to coordinate the work of the committee with the 
ministry of their church. Although response was limited in this area, we feel that 
ground work has been laid for us to build upon. 

PRISON CAMP: Plans are now being formulated to begin a ministry with the 
Guess Road Prison Camp. Concrete plans forthis ministry await us as we begin 
a new year of work. 

Although only a dent has been made in the v;ork that needs to be done by this 
committee, we feel that God will lead us, as this new year begins, to bigger and 
better avenues of service in His name. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wilson Sprouse, Chairman 

REPORT OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

The Future Development Committee, in searching for better ways to minister 
to the needs of the believers and the non-believers, has made one recommenda° 



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tion to the Executive Committee. 

We recommend "that the Executive Committee be authorized to look into the 
possibility of hiring" an assistant to our Director of Missions, called ''Minister 
of Outreach". This is our only official action this year, but our committee re- 
mains with a posivite attitude for future needs. We will, with the guidance of the 
Holy Spirit, offer further recommendations that we feel will better express the 
work of Jesus. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill R. Garrett, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE 

The Deacon Committee of the Yates Association had a very exciting year d ur» 
ing 1974-75. Our committee Vv'as made up of five members as follows: Mr. Billy 
Judd; vice chairman, Mr. Hugh Hicks, Mr. Bill Worcester, Mr. Virgil Rigsbee, and 
Roy Lowder, chairman. 

The committee met many times during the year in order to plan our projects. 
One project was to get the names and addresses of all laymen in our association 
who would be interested in giving their personal testimonies or preaching when 
the opportunity was available. We had several names turned in; but over all the 
results were unsatisfactory. We moved on toward our annual Deacon's Night which 
was February 18, 1975, at First Baptist Church. To say the least it was the 
most successful program of its nature in the history of the Yates Association. It 
was estimated t hat nearly 600 people attended tliis meeting. Music v;as provided 
by Mrs. Richard Henderson and Miss Robbie Gale; personal testimonies were 
given by Mr, Virgil Rigsbee and Dr. Rollin Burhans. Refreshments were s erved 
in the basement of the host church. 

We wishto thank First Baptist Church for allowing us to hold our meeting with 
them. There is no way that our committee can express appreciation for all the 
help and leadership we received from Rev. Hubert Mumford. He worked harder 
than our entire committee to help make the program a success. People are still 
talking about the program. 

Our efforts to hold a Yates Associationwide Revival failed at the last moment 
because of the sickness of the guest preacher. Dr. Mark Corts. We hope to have 
one in the year 1975-76. As chairman of this committee for three years, one of 
the greatest blessings 1 received was the privilege of working with Rev. Mum- 
ford, I came to understand him and love him and respect him as a true man of God. 
I could never have led this committee without him and the help of the Yates 
Association office. I believe the 1975-76 committee will do an outstanding job. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Roy W. Lowder, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

It seems appropriate at the beginning of this report to quote in part from Article 
XI, Section 13, of our Associational Constitution: "THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 
shall be composed of seven members, whose duty it shall be ... to ascertain the 
need of new churches and missions within the boundaries of the Association, to 
recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the location of sites 
and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the organiza- 
tion of such churches as might be authorized, and to review for the Finance Com- 
mittee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall be the duty of 
this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission into the 
Association and to make recommendations r egarding t he same." 

The committee had several meetings during the year. A fev; areas in the asso- 
ciational territory have been under observation as possible church sites, because 
of major housing developments. But action on any particular project seemed 
premature. 

Because of anticipated changes in housing and commercial development, it is 
doubtful if the Garrett Road property will be used for anew church. The commit- 
tee, however, wishes to continue its study of this valuable piece of property and 
the surrounding area. 



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Next year may result in specific and exciting recommendations from our com- 
mittee. 

In March a letter was received by the moderator from the Ebenezer Baptist 
Church requesting re-admission to the Association. On April 4th this request 
was shared v/ith the Missions Committee. The committee voted unanimously to 
recommend during the next Annual Meeting the '^Ebenezef Church be re-instated 
without a v^aiting period." It was felt that the "waiting period" was meant for 
examining doctrine, polity, and organizaticn of newly formed churches and there- 
fore served no purpose under these unique circumstances. 

The Missions Committee therefore recommends to the messengers of this ses- 
sion '"that Ebenezer Baptist Church be re-instated without a waiting period." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stewart Wallace, Chairman 

REPORT OF YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL 

In keeping with last year's decision to plan Youth HAPPENINGS on a quarter- 
ly rather than monthly schedule, the YAC reports three major events which have 
brought notewortjiv response. In October, 1974, the YAC began planning for 
Apostoloi '75, a group of four college students sponsored jointly by the Yates 
Baptist /Association and the North Carolina Baptist State Convention, who would 
vv^ork with individual churches in the area of youth ministries. In introducing 
Apostoloi '7 5, YAC sponsored a Spring Banquet, "In the Land of the Shamrocks", 
in March which featured the Team in a program of music. Around 200 youth and 
leaders from 12 churches participated. 

The Team arrived in Yates Association on June 2. Throughout the Summer they 
worked directly with 15 churches conducting VBS, retreats, programs of recrea- 
tion and Bible study and participating in two Youth HAPPENINGS. In June, over 
200 youth from 14 churches met at Yates Camp for a Bluejean Jamboree which in- 
cluded sports events, food, music, and a contemporary worship service led by 
Apostoloi '75. In August YAC sponsored a Bon Voyage Lot Gathering at Grace 
Church to allow the youth an opportunity to say "goodbye" to the Team and give 
Apostoloi one more chance to sing, entertain, and challenge the youth. Around 
100 youth from 15 churches attended. 

We of the YAC feel that this has been a productive year in that attendance has 
been good for each event and, also, that more churches have been involved in 
each event, often for the first time. It has been a major concern of the Council 
that more lay leaders and youth become involved in planning events, and we have 
seen that happen. Once more we ask for the cooperation of church leaders and 
once again encourage those churches lacking staff in the area of youth work to 
use this Committee as part of your youth program. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Nancy Hildebran 

Denny Turner, Co-Chairpersons 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates 
Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1974. My examin- 
ation was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and ac- 
cordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing 
procedures as I considered necessary in the c ircumstances, except that it was 
not practical to extend my examination of income beyond the recorded receipts* 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and expenditures 
presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association 
for the calendar year ended December 31, 1974 on a basis consistent Vv'ith that 
of the preceding year* 

Frank D. Nelson, CPA 
Auditor 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1974 

Balance Balance 
Fund 1-1-74 Receipts Expenditures 12-31-74 

General Fund $5,920 . 49 $58,739.00 356,455.21 $ 8,204.28 

Royal Ambdssador 40.41 40. 41 

Yates Home Development 127. 36 6.95 134,31 

Camp Swimming Pool 84.87 4.65 89. 52 

Church Expansion 1.010. 38 54.58 1,064.96 

Camp Expansion 2,544.93 2„544. 93 

$7,183.51 $61,350.11 $56,455.21 $12,078.41 

Cash balance at December 31, 1974 

Bank $ 8, 184.69 

Petty Cash 60. 00 

Social Security 3,833. 72 

$12,078.41 

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



Oct. -Dec. Jan.-Sept. 
1974 1975 



7,933,25 $ 8.069.28 



43, 354. 00 



Maintenance 



Ministers Conference 
Sunday School ■ . • ■ 82* ^5 



Music 



Baptist Student Centers 300* 00 

Annual Meeting Committee * 



CASH ON HAND: 
RECEIPTS: 

From Churches 14,960.28 

Baptist State Convention 668.00 1„ 400.00 

Sales Tax Refund 00 ^49 58 

Camp Property gOo! 00 500.' 00 

DI JBtRS^EMEN™ '''' '''' 
Missions: 

Church Expansion S 00 $ 98 73 

Evangelism • 88 gg 187*. 48 

Camp: Supt of Grounds . 450, 00 1 485 00 



7 56, 26 2,403.91 



Insurance [qq '682*. 20 

Capital Improvement ^00 00 

Bond Retirement 3.054*83 7,376'.63 

Library & TV 34^65 \ 

Youth Council 44^70 ^43^44 

11. 54 26.98 



91.90 47,50 
150. 00 



184. 08 . 00 



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T^o Q nr\n c f^. nmmittpp 


38 . 40 


175. 34 


IvllS SlOnS V^OlUUUL lt!c 


95. 40 


42. 52 


Pnnndfltion Corn mi t te P 


. 00 


. 00 


T itovtip\7 r^.r\rnrni ftp P 


.65 


253.63 




. 00 


4. 40 


Contact Teleministrv 


" .00 


. 48 


llllcl*'r dillX VfJLtlltJoo 


. 00 


.00 


Salciriesi 




7,050.04 


oUpeil n LcIlUcIl I 


2, 150. 06 




1, 350. 00 


4, 350. 04 




370. 00 


. 00 


o T't t i m o Q o r*T* o t q Ti o o 
r^<tlt Lllllt; ocClcl/cLllco 


882. 06 


2, 999. 00 


Summer Youth Missions 


57. 72 


51. 13 


,\ 1^ r> c tr> 1 ni Snmmpr tpam 


. 00 


933. 91 


Dffice ExpensG* 






R pnt 


600. 00 


1,800. 00 


TT* 1 o r> t r 1 f» 1 1 \7 
JCjlGCLllCliy 


76. 53 


209. 39 


vv aie r 


16. 05 


42. 75 


Fn ol 


74. 41 


384. 91 


d dill lU 1 


99. 24 


261. 12 


Mis C6ll3. neou s 




81. 62 


ol or»Vi r\n P 
X cltJpiH-'lic; 


506. 03 


1, 159. 03 


"P n ct a c p 


87. 79 


1, 4-85. 02 


SnnnlipQ 


396. 07 


336. 11 


TT. n 111 nm pn t 1-?pnnir 


16. 00 


192. 55 


Tn ciirQ n pp 


13. 00 


36. 30 


Wnrkmpn's CIomD» Tns. 


. 00 


83. 00 


T^irpptnri p c 


. 00 


98. 75 


O PT F.Ynpntjpc;* 






Sii npri n tpn rlpn t* c: T'rnvpl 


360. 00 


1 , 38 1. 04 


Sn npri n t pn rlpn t* s HniimnH' 


648. 00 


1,952. 00 


Superintendent's Retirement 


325. 01 


375. 03 


Superintendent's Insura,nce 


186. 69 


6 38.15 


r^.Viri ctmji Q T^omi cpq 

v-^ 1111 o Llll ct o JJ^JHUoCo 


250. 00 


. 00 


^npipl ^ppiirit^;* Siinpri n f Pn dpnt' c; 
ouLvicti oc^uiiij^, OLi|jc 11 11 tcii ^_it::ii L o 


264. 00 


835. 50 


Office Assist3,nt 


83. 35 


254. 52 


Secretaries 


54. 56 


17?. 17 


Oamn Siinerin tendent 

\~f aiiiiJ ^la^./v^iiii uoiiu\:^iii> 


27, 80 


86. 93 


Convpntinn Xf Cnnfprpnpps 

\^ii V 11 Li w 11 oc w wi 1 1 c 1 11 v> v> o 


( 10.00) 


441. 23 


Printing 


199. 41 


848. 67 


Sprvipp ("Inntrnptt; 


1 16. 00 


268. 65 


TnPiHpnt^il s 


156. 50 


201. 96 


R p cpr V p 




, 00 


Mi<?pp11n npnn<?* 

IVl lO l^CllCLliCVJUO • 






N. C. Sales Tax Paid 


71.75 


231.00 


Camp Property ^ 


1. 343.00 


500. 00 


TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 


$16,092.25 


$45,584.36 


Cash on Hand, General Fund, September 30, 1975 




$ 7,988. 50 



SUMMARY OF SPECIAL FUNDS 
R. A. Sports Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 40.41 

Receipts . 00 

Disbursements ,00 

Balance at End of Year $ 40.41 

Camp Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 2,425,28 

Dividends Earned $ 119.65 

Gift from Will 2,737.43 

Balance at End of Year $ $ 5,282.36 



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M. T.Yates Home Development Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ $ 127.36 

Dividends Earned 6.95 

Balance at End of Year $ $ 134.31 

Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ $ 84.87 

Dividends Earned 4.65 

Balance at End of Year $ $ 89.52 

Church Expansion 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ $ 1,010,38 

Dividends Earned 54.58 

Balance at End of Year $ $ 1,064.96 

Summer Mission Work 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ $ 75,00 

Receipts . 00 

Disbursements $ .00 

Balance at End of Year $ $ 75.00 

REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

The principle project of the evangelism committee for this year was the plann- 
ing, promoting and conducting of a lay school of evangelism. The school was 
planned around the **WIN" (Witness Involvement Now) materials developed by the 
Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention with the complete coop- 
eration of Bill Lamb, Director of the Division of Evangelism for the N. C. State 
Baptist Convention and Hubert Mumford, Superintendent of Missions of the Yates 
Baptist Association, the school was a tremendous success. 

The committee worked faithfully with almost 100 percent attendance at the 
meetings held throughout the year. The planning process covered the entire year 
starting with the first meeting with Bill Lamb at Holloway Street Church in early 
fall of 1974 and culminating in the school on October 6-9, 1975. 

We were fortunate to have an excellent director in Mr. Thurman Fox, Superin- 
tendent of Missions of the Pilot Mountain Association in Forsyth County. Mr. Fox 
has directed more than 50 such schools and did an outstanding job for us. 

The cooperation of the pastors of the sixteen participating churches was a 
large factor in the success of the school. The pastors not only led in promoting 
and enlisting but Vv^ere completely responsible for the Thursday night witnessing 
visitation including the organization and the securing of unsaved prospects, one 
for each person attending the school. 

From the 16 churches participating there were 310 persons registered for the 
school. There were 20 professions of faith registered during the Thursday even» 
ing witnessing. On Thursday evening October 9, there were almost 300 people 
out witnessing for Christ from this school. 

It is exciting to contemplate the long=range results of this school if each 
church will follow up Vv'ith the continuing program of witnessing and discipling 
of converts, which is the real on-going impact of the WIN program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ellis Thomas, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Resolved, that we express grateful appreciation 

To Dr. Robert Winecoff, Moderator of this Association, for his tireless, tactful 
and efficient presiding over>this 27th annual meeting of The Yates Association; 
To Harrell Perryfor recording the Minutes of this meeting; 
To Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, Director of Missions; 

To all committees, and those who have worked so faithful to make this session 
informative and challenging; 



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To our speakers, Dr. Tom Corts, and Rev. Ned Mathews for inspiring messages; 

To Dr. J. C. Mitchell, our visiting minister, for bringing the tv;o special, 
challenging messages. 

To our Music Directors, choirs and musicians for the most inspiring musical 
messages possible. 

Also, we would like to thank our associational churches, Durham Memorial and 
Bethesda for the use of their buildings and gracious hospitality; to Trinity 
Church and Southern High School for graciously providing a place for the Tuesday 
night meeting; and to the Group 4 Churches (Angier Ave., Berea, Bethesda, Ce° 
dar Fork, Edgemont, Homestead Heigits, Hope Valley, Lowes Grove, Olive 
Branch, Page Road, Park View, and Trinity) for assisting in providing the noon° 
day meal for those in attendance. 

Let us also remember in Christian love those who have passed on to be with 
the Lord and the families that cherish the memories of these loved ones. 

Also be it further resolved 

That Vv'e as individuals pray earnestly for God's guidance in the casting of our 
vote in the forthcoming local election, and that v;e acknowledge our complete de- 
pendence upon Almighty God and give Him the glory for whatever has been ac- 
complished in the Yates Baptist Association this past year. Let us beseech Him 
for guidance and be challenged to reach upward to greater goals in the Kingdom's 
work in this Association in the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. C. N. Royal 
Mrs. Fred Lipe 
Mrs. Norman Gardner 
Resolutions Committee 
REPORT OF THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 

The Ordinations Committee was called upon by three churches in 1975 to 
assist in the examination of three candidates for the ministry. After examination, 
they were recomended by the Committee to their churches for ordination. 

On May 20, 1975, Mr. C. F. Boykin, Jr., at the request of Hope Valley Baptist 
Church. 

On May 27, 1975, Mr. Elmo Whitaker, at the request of Edgemont Baptist 
Church. 

On June 3, 1975, Mr. Dennis Grass, at the request of Braggtown Baptist 
Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Herman S. Goodin, Chairman 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 
Organized November 7, 1948 



Date 



Place 



Moderator 

J. T. Edwards 



Clerk 

C. C. Smith 



Preacher 

H. G. Hammett 



James P. Morgan J. T. Lennon 
Calvin Knight C. N. Royal 

B. W. Rogers 
B. W, Rogers 



Charles A. Maddry 
G. Fred Lipe 



Harrell B. Perry Jack B. Wilder 
Harrell B. Perry Robert Costner 



1949 Oct. 25 Ephesus 
Oct. 26 Grey Stone 

1950 Oct 24 Lowe* s Grove 
Oct. 25 Temple 

1951 Oct. .30- Edgemont 
Oct- 31 Red Mountain 

1952 Oct. 28 Lystra 
Oct. 29 Braggtown 

1953 Oct. 27 Mt. Pisgah 
Oct. 28 Durham Memorial 

1954 Oct. 26 Bells 
Oct. 27 Watts Street 

1955 Oct- 25 Yates 
Oct. 26 Cedar Fork 

1956 Oct. 30 Gorman 
Oct. 31 Berea 

1957 Oct. 29 Temple 
Oct. 30 Mt. Gilead 

1958 Oct. 28 Angier Avenue 
Oct. 29 Mt. Moriah 

1959 Oct. 27 Grace 
Oct. 28 Calvary 

1960 Oct. 25 Holloway Street Victor S. Dowd 
Oct. 26 Immanuel 

1961 Oct. 24 Bethesda 
Oct. 25 We stwood 

1962 Oct. 30 Grey Stone 
Oct. 31 Ephesus 

1963 Oct. 29 Lakewood 
Oct. 30 Mt. Carmel 

1964 Oct. 27 Olive Chapel 
Oct. 28 Olive Branch 

1965 Oct. 26 Carrboro 
Oct. 27 Mt. Hermon 

1966 Oct. 25 Guess Road 
Oct. 26 Fellowship 

1967 Oct. 24 First Baptist 
Oct. 25 Ridgecrest Baptist 

1968 Oct. 29 University Bruce C. Little 
Oct. 30 Plainview 

1969 Oct. 28 Yates Baptist 
Oct. 29 Gorman Baptist 

1970 Oct. 27 Parkview 
Oct. 28 Faith 

1971 Oct. 25 Edgemont 
Oct. 26 Grey Stone 

1972 Oct. 23 Angier Avenue 
Oct. 24 Mt. Moriah 

1973 jct. 29 Parkwood 
Oct. 30 Rose of Sharon 

1974 Oct. 28 Lowe* s Grove 
Oct. 29 Braggtown 

Lakewood 

1975 Oct. 27 Durham Memorial 
Oct. 28 Bethesda 

Southern High School 
(Trinity) 

State Committee reports contained in Book of Reports and North Carolina State Conven- 
tion Annual. 



John Knight 
R. D. Holleman 
W. B. Carr 
W. B. Carr 
R. D. Holleman 
R. D. Holleman 

Charles A. Maddry Harrell B. Perry Dennis Hockaday 

Charles A. Maddry Harrell B. Perry R. E. Scarlett 

H. C. Bradshaw Harrell B. Perry John T. Burn 

H. C. Bradshaw Harrell B. Perry Victor S. Dowd 

Harrell B. Perry Henry B. Anderson 

Victor S. Dowd Harrell B. Perry W. L. Pearson, Jr. 

W. Jethro Broadwell Harrell B. Perry Vlaude Graham 

W. Jethro Broadwell Harrell B. Perry Warren T. Carr 

J. Russell Barbee Harrell B. Perry Malbert Smith, Jr. 

J. Russell Barbee Harrell B. Perry B. E. White, Jr. 

Ray K. Hodge Harrell B. Perry Russell Barbee 

Harrell B. Perry J. Allison Fogleman 

Harrell B. Perry Ernest Holt 

Harrell B. Perry Julian Motley 

Harrell B. Perry R. F. Smith, Jr. 

Harrell B. Perry Crate Jones 

Harrell B. Perry Warren Kerr 

Harrell B. Perry Henry Turlington 

Harrell B. Perry Everette J. Smith 



Ray K. Hodge 



Bruce C. Little 
Ned L. Mathews 
Ned L. Mathews 
John Clayton 
John Clayton 
Robert Wine c off 



Robert Winecoff 



Harrell B. Perry Ned Mathews 



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MEMBERS DECEASED DURING THE YEAR 



Angier Avenue: Merle Burgess, Merle Carver, Graham H. Davis, Miss Annie Fon- 
ville, Everett Greet (Deacon), Mrs, Pearl Peed, Mrs. Ruth Riley, E. M. Wat- 
kins (Deacon), Miss Lela Wheelous, Percy H. Wilson, Mrs. Percy H. Wilson, 
Mrs. Lillie Luquire. and Mrs. G. D. Watkins. 

Bells: R. G. Beckv»'ith, Mrs. Vernice Goodwin, and Mrs. Herman Scott. 

Berea: Mrs. Louise Baucom. 

Bethesda: Mr. !I. Kerr, Mrs. A. Oakley, L. G. Strickland, and Mrs, P. Ui)church. 
Braggtown: E. P. Bowen, Mrs. E. P. Bowen. Mrs. J. C. Colclough, Sr., S. D. 

Southerland, Herman Tippett, and Mrs. Abraham Yu. 
Calvary: Mrs. Gertrude Hill, J. R. Joyner, Sam Pipkin, and L. W. Strickland. 
Carrboro: Phillip Andrews, Sr., Donald Armstrong, Mrs. Calvin Burche, Jesse 

Hackney, Atlas Ray, Neal Riggsbee, W. B. Stinson, Johnny Vickers, George 

Williams, and Winslow Williams. 
Cheek Heights: F. B. Griffin, Virgil Petty (Deacon), Edd Riley, W. E.Watson 

and L. W. Wood (Deacon), 
Cresset: Mrs. Ethel Brooks, Mrs, Eunice McKneely, Mrs. Ellen Porter, and Mrs. 

Nonie Womble. 

Durham First: Hubert Bagwell, Mrs, W, S. Bagwell, Joe P. Bowie, Harry L, 
Christian, E. J. Daniel, Mrs. Julia Ferrell, H. T. Fogleman, E. A. Gooch, W. 
E. Griffin, Mrs. A. B. Hobgood, Hance Hofler,, Miss Lilly Holloway, R. T. How- 
erton, William B. Johnson, Roxel Jones, R. C. Kanoy, Mrs. H, W. Kimbrell, 
Mrs. L. R. Liles, P. L. Lorbacker, Oscar T. Luther, N. D. 0*Briant, William 
Partin, Mrs. C. F. Ponty, Mrs. F. O. Smith, Mrs. John K. Turner, and Dorsey 
E. Watson. 

Durham Memorial: Mrs. John Coley, W. T. Emory, Mrs. Ann Folsom, Mrs. L. V. 

Hopkins, and Mrs. Gertrude Yarborough. 
Ebenezer: Clarence Riley, and Freeland Whitaker. 

Edgemont: Mrs. Beulah Bass, Miss Ruth Dampier, 1. W. Daniel, Mrs. Lula Dod- 
son, Mrs. Nellie Gregory, T. E. Herndon, G. R. Hill, W. H. Hobgood, Mrs. Sudie 
Jones, Mrs. Ora Moore, C. W. O'Neal, A. R. Osteen, W. B. Rogers (Deacon), 
G. C. Veasey, and J. O. Veasey. 

Fieldcrest: Mrs. Lula Franz. 

Gorman: Mrs. Thera Hunt Beltman, Herbert Brevier, Mrs. Elmo Cash, J. A. Mc° 
Ghee, Mrs. Estelle McKinnie, A. E. Riddle, and Carl I. Veasey. 

Grace: Judson Barbee, Mrs. W. L. Barnes, Mrs. J. F. Hare, R. H. Johnson, Mrs. 
George Owen, J. D. Riggan, Mrs. A. L. Smith, Mrs. P. H. Tunstall, and S. J. 
West. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. E. R. Baker, Paul Brady, H. Felton Chappell (Deacon), J. B. 
Chesnutt, Mrs. Ruby Coats, Mrs. Roberta Ferrell, James Gentry, Mrs. Ola 
Gregory, Mrs. Lucille E. Harvell, M. Clyde Hessee, Mrs. Hattie Jones, Mrs. 
Rosa Landon, James E. Lewis, Mrs. W. U. Lewis, Jr., Mrs. Ophelia Massey, 
Ernest Moon, Mrs. A. H. McDonald, Mrs. Willie McDonald, Mrs. Pattie Nash, 
Mrs. Rosa Pearce, A. L.Rasberry, Mrs. Hattie Thomas, Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 
and W. M. Woodruff. 

Guess Road: George Foss. 

Holloway Street: Mrs. Lillie Leathers, J. C. Moore, Mrs. David D. Williams, Mrs. 

Lillie Williams, and Lyman L. Wood (Deacon). 
Homestead Heights: J. G. Carter. 
Hope Valley: Olive Fletcher. 

Immanuel: Mrs. Viola Bunting, Hurley Cook, R. M. Hopkins, and Eugene R. Nelson. 
Lakewood: Mrs. Hazel Stepps. 

Lowe's Grove: Mrs. Maude Bishop, J. M. Coates, R. B. Dawson, Mrs. Gillie Ferr- 
ell, Mrs. Lila Lowe, and Tom Pendergrass. 

Lystra: Gordon Bennett (Deacon), Mrs. Marilee Cole, and Mrs. Sallie Powell. 

Mount Carmel: Robert Jones, Mrs. Magdalene (Eulice) Mangum, Miss Nancy 
Merritt, Tom Sparrow, and Waldo Sparrow. 

Mount Gilead: Roy A.Morris (Ordained Minister), and George T. Yates 

Mount Hermon: Mrs. Effie Clayton, Oscar Couch, and Mrs. Elizabeth Durham. 

Mount Moriah: Mrs. Cora Borrough, Mrs. Carrie Brown, Mrs. Mattie Brown, Mrs. 
Ruby Gooch, and Nello Pendergraph. 



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Mount Pisgah: Paul Byrd (Deacon), Darryl Farrell, Coley Horton, and Howard 
Pittard« 

Olive Branch: Norwood Sherron. 
Page Road: Mrs. Robert Woody. 
Park View: Mrs. Herman Mann. 

Plainview: Garland Markham, and Mrs. Vivian Royster. 
Red Mountain: Walter Mangum. 
Ridgecrest: Mrs. Ann Howard. 

Rose of Sharon: John R. Bowman, Jr., Mrs. Lizzie Garden, and Mrs. Kathryn B. 
Medlin. 

Temple: Aubrey Cheek, Miss Lena Gheek, Miss Madeline Gopeland, Mrs. H> E. 
Ellis, Miss Helen Ford, A. D. Harris, Arthur Lemens, John McDonald, Mrs. Leo 
O'Kelley, Mrs. A. F. Pickett, Mrs. John Plaa, Mrs. James H. Scott, and Mrs. 
S. C. Weatherspoon. 

Trinity: R. H. Morgan, R. L. Tilley, and G. C. Williams. 

University: J. S. Boone, Noel Gate, Miss Susan Gopeland, S. Jack Davis, Mrs. 
Novie Glark Durham, W. S. Kyle, Mrs. Doris S. Newton, Mrs. Guy B. Phillips, 
Mrs. Gharles F. Ridout, J. Garl Seymour, Mrs. H. L. Weeks, and J. G. Williams. 

Watts Street: Mrs. Miranda Adams, O. G. Allen, Mrs. A. F. Atkins, Mrs. G. T. 
Burns, John M. Gheek, Sr., James G. Grutchfield, Jr., Mrs. A. J., Drau^on, 
Sr., Pender L. Franklin, Sr., Norman B. Kelley, Hugh Lassiter, J. Willard Muse, 
William A. Salmon, I. W.Satterwhite, and Mrs. D. E. Ward. 

Westwood: Mrs. Z. T. Broughton, Mrs. J. M. Bullock, G. L. Glayton, Howard John- 
son (Deacon), Rev. O. L. Riggs, and Mrs. Jessie Wheeler. 

Yates: O. W. Bowling, Aubrey Gole, George E. Garrard, W. J. McGhee, Mrs. Myrna 
Parker, Mrs. Nannie Pickett, and Mrs. Isabel Vincent. 



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Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cre sset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

E phesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
P arkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 



Mrs . 
Mrs , 



CHURCH DIRECTORY 
Organist (or Pianist if no Organist) 

D. T. Jones 521 Parkview, Durham 27705 

Clarence Goodwin Rt. 2, Apex 27510 



Mrs 
Mrs 
Mrs 
Mrs 



Mrs. Ralph Ellis 
Mrs. T. Thomas 

Ray Alderson 
Joann Wheeler 
Johnny Ross 
Don Brown 
Dean Foust 
Steve Yandle 
Mrs . Doyle Davis 
Mrs. Cecil Vaughan 
Mrs . Lois Harder 
Mrs. C. R. Pickett 
Mrs. Linda Tingen 
Mrs. Paul Shambley 
Mrs. Sandra Cooley 
Mrs . 
Mrs . 



Rl. 7, Box 390, Durham 27707 
2604 Wedgedale Ave., Durham 27703 
6002 Baird St., Durham 27704 
Rt. 1, Box 163, Durham2 7703 
Rt. 3, Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514 
Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 
1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham 27703 
3828 Lyckan Park Ra., Durham 27705 
3905 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 
2522 Holloway St., Durham 27703 
Box 272, Hillsborough 27278 
Rt. 7, Box 199, Durham 27707 
Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 
2003 Medallion Drive, Durham 27704 
3210 Sherbon Drive, Durham 27707 
L. S. Thomerson 3621 Redwood Road, Durham 27704 
Phillip Hartung 225 Landsbury Drive, Durham 27707 
Miss Peggy Clayton 2715 Carver St. Ext., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Phyllis Browning2112 Broad St.Apt.B-5, Durham 27705 



Mrs . Robert Helms 
Mrs. M. R. Pridgen 
Mrs. David Bell 
Mrs . Cecil Howard 
Mrs . Roger King 
Jean Weaver 



Rt. l,Box 272-D, Hillsborough 27278 
3923 Swarthmore Road, Durham 27707 
1822 Northgate St., Durham 27704 
1408 James St., Durham 27707 
3800 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 
L 5 Park West Apts., Carrboro 27510 



Mrs. Kenneth Vickers Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 



Mrs. Auburn Tripp 
Mrs. Carlton Couch 
Mrs. Clyde Carroll 
Miss Diane Goodwin 
Miss LuAnn Crim 
Mrs. J. R. Tilley 
Mrs. Ralph L. Byrd 
Mrs. Harold Green 
Mrs. Burnice Smith 
Mrs . Diane Poole 
Joyce Taylor 
Mrs. Milton Belcher 
Miss Vangie Horton 
Miss Bessie Mann 
Mrs. Evelyn Culton 
E. Kenneth Harrell 
Mrs. L. E. Stallings 
Mrs. Charles Cato 



Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 

4813 West Hill Dr., Durham 27705 

4814 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 
Rt. 3, Box 210, Apex 27502 
1911 Leonard, Durham 27703 
Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 
2526 Roxboro Road, Durham 27704 
9 Kellom Court, Durham 27707 
3117 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 
Rt. 1, Bahama 27503 

116 Little River Dr .Hillsborough 2727 
Rt. 2, Box 339, Durham 27705 
G-2 University Apt., Durham 27701 
225 Forestwood Drive, Durham 27707 
Lake Shore Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 
P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
592 Parkview Drive, Durham 27705 
3 930 Swarthmore Drive, Durham 27707 



477-6341 
362-6754 
544-1975 
596-7667 
477-9071 
471-^238 
929-1019 
544-1824 
596-8379 
489-2440 
489-1880 
596-72 53 
73 2 -.3 120 
489-7932 
544-7090 
682-8335 
489-0570 
477-8075 
489-8 809 
477-3652 
471-1739 
732^089 
489-7200 
477-5134 
489-2107 
544-2126 
967^907 
933-7981 
542-3808 
383-2208 
489-9333 
362-6008 
596-3571 
596-2254 
477-0040 
544-7196 
688-3556 
477-^774 
8471-2468 
477-3852 
489-0978 
489-5156 
968-6473 
688-1366 
477-3826 
4 93-1324 



Angier Avenue 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

C arrbo ro 

Cedar Fork 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 



DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

Mrs. John T. Laverty 1006 North Street, Durham 27701 

Mrs. Henry Fowler " P. O. Box 11383, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Ray Corn 231 Latta Road, Durham 27705 

Mrs. Bill Bower 522 Dogwood Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Lewis Colclough Rt. 1, Page Road,Morris villa 27560 

Mrs. Ollie Yeargan 3710 Hulon Drive, Durham 27705 

Mrs. Virgil Watkins 2501 State Street, Durham 27704 

Mrs. Richard Blake 624 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Marvin Byrd 3403 Summerlin Road, Durham 27704 

Mrs. Cindy Gann 1504 Logan Street, Durham 27704 

Mrs. Denny L. Turner 1611 Amberly Drive, Durham 27704 

Mrs. John Freeman 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701 

Mrs. Clyde Rhodes 2637 Kirk Road, Durham 27705 

Mrs. Lucian Moody 1209 Holloway Street, Durham 27701 



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Immanuel 
Lakev;ood 
Lowe's Grove 
Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Paxkvv'ood 
Plainview 
Ridgecrest 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westvvood 
Yates 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Bethesda 

Braggtovm 

Calvary 

Carrboro 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 

Durham Memorial 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Homeste ad Heigh 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe' s Grove 

Mount Hermon 

Olive Branch 

Park View 

Parkwood 

Plainview 

Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 



Angier Avenue 
Berea 



Mrs. Gene Smith 
Mrs. H. B. Finch 
Mrs. Donald Conway 
Mrs. Ben Cheek 
Mrs. A. L. Hearne 
Miss Ann Harrison 
Gene Sears 
Mrs. Robert Toler 
Mrs. x\. D. Frazier 
Mrs. Luther Wheeler 
Miss Pam Creech 
Ethel Crabtree 
David Washburn 
Mrs. James E. Harris 
Miss Gertrude Samuels 
Hu^ L. Dukes 
Mrs. Linwood Tew 



2003 Brocton Place, Durham 27705 
3829 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 
1713 Jester Road, Durham 27707 
Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 
Kt. 4, Box 234, Pittsboro 27 312 
Rt. 7, Box 120, Durham 27707 
Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Rt. 6, Box 322, Durham 27703 
Rt. 4, Box 298, Durham 27703 
107 Foxcroft Lane, Durham 27707 
Rt. 5, Box 451, Durham 27704 
205 Midland Terrace, Durham 27705 
1000 N. Duke Street, Durham 27701 
1200 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 
#1, Durham Apts., Chapel Hill 27514 
P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
706 Frasier Street, Durham 27704 



Mrs. Donald Bowman 4019 King Charles Road, Durham 
CHURCH SECRETARIES 



Mrs. 



Allen D. Austin 
Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr. 
Mrs. Betty Lamb 
Mrs. H. E. Wilkerson 
Mrs. Ralph Faulkner 
Mrs. Dan Goble 
Mrs. D. J. Smith 
Mrs. N. Earl Roycroft 
Mrs. Edna Ruth Slaughter 
Mrs. R. T. Foushee 
Miss Brenda Coffield 
Mrs. Linda Tingen 
Mrs. Charles Glasgow 
Mrs. Charles Howell 
Mrs. Blanche Thornton 
Mrs. J. H, Royal 
Mrs. Louise Garrard 
Mrs. David Elliott 
Mrs, H. S. Mumford 
tsMrs. Lessie Noell 
Mrs. Wayne Atkins 
Mrs, E. C. Cannon 
Mrs, Daryl Junk 
Peggy Barringer 
Mrs, Wayland Godwin 
Miss Velma Sherron 
Mrs. C. L. Yearwood, Jr, 
Mrs, Stacy Coble 
Mrs, William J, Harward , , , 

1620 Fletcher 



121 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham 27703 
Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

1107 Park Ave., Dutham 27703 
3706 Turrentine St., Durham 27704 
3224 Rowena Ave., Durham 27703 

Lot 20 Rocky Brook Tr. Ct., Carrboro 27 510 
2611 Wedgedale St., Durham 27703 
3428 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 
Rt, 6, Box 128-C, Durham 27704 
109 Joy land Ave., Durham 27703 
806 Carolina St., Durham 27705 
Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 
14 Fletchers Terrace, Durham 27704 
3005 Davie Drive, Durham 27704 
Rt, 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 
4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham 27705 
1306 H. Leon Street, Durham 27705 
2713 Carver St, Ext,, Durham 27705 

1108 Raynor St,, Durham 27703 
4515 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 

4424 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707 
3721 Cambridge Road, Durham 27705 
1806^2 Shelton Street, Durham 27707 
5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham 27707 
Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Rt, 6, Box 528, Durham 27703 
2622 Newquay St,, Durham 27705 
1706 Euclid Road, Durham 27707 



Kitty M. Hood 
Mrs, Michael Emory 
Miss Vangie Horton 
Mrs, Robert L. Smith 
Mrs, Lorraine Blanton 
Mrs, Eleanor Whitfield 
Mrs, Joe Burton 
Mrs, Mary Millican 



s Chapel Road, 



Durham 27703 
Durham 27705 
Durham 27705 



101 Tracy Trail 
3710 Knoll wood Drive 
G'2, University Apts, .Durham 27701 
1907 Leonard St,, Durham 27703 
Rt, 7, Box 4706, Durham 27707 
P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
4108 Pavillion Place, Durham 27707 
2401 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27705 



STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 

Fred Rhodes Shady Lane, Durham 27704 

Genie Shepherd 909 Demerius St,, Durham 27701 



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Bethesda James Carlton RU 6, Box 487, Durham 27703 

Braggtown Crandall Nelson 805 W. Murray Ave., Durham 27704 

Carrboro Ray Pittman 3905 Haven Drive, Durham 27705 

Cresset J. L. Glenn 104 Lansbury Drive, Durham 27705 

Edgemont Clifton Chappell ...... 3805 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 

Faith Leroy Capps 13 Fletcher's Terrace, Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Thomas Ellis 3210 Sherbon Drive, Durham 27707 

Gorman L. N. Veazey 3621 Gooch Road, Durham 27704 

Grac^ .1.* G. Weathers 1712 Hillcrest Drive, Durham 27705 

Grey Stone R. D. Beard 2011 Woodrow St., Durham 27705 

Guess Road Lewis Laws 2718 Cammie St.. Durham 27705 

Holloway Street W. V. Seagroves 1608 Logan St.. Durham 27704 

Lakewood Frank Ward 1511 Waid St., Durham 27707 

Lowe' s Grove Bill Downey Rt. 4, Box 87, Durham 27703 

Lystra Clifton Collins Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Charles Harris Rt. 6, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Moriah Charles Brown 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

Olive Branch Mrs. J. M. Mangum . . 4017 Wake Forest Road, Durham 27703 

Page Road O. C. Mitchell, Jr 838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 

Paikwood Bill Kirby 116 Oliver Lane, Durham 27707 

Plainview Doyle Griffin ....... 4700 Rivermont Road, Durham 27705 

University Jerry Fisher Box 2373, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Kenan Rand 300 Devon Road, Durham 27707 

MINISTERS OF YOUTH 

Angler Avenue Robert Phillips 120 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Dennis C. Grass . . 1829 Front St., Apt. C-11, Durham 27705 

Durham, First David Rowan . . . 1450 Newcastle Road, C»l, Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial Tom Honey cutt ... Lot 101. 3300 Hursey St., Durham 27703 

Gorman Steven D. Austin 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace Denny L. Turner 1611 Amberly Drive, Durham 27704 

Grey Stone George F. Archer .... 3612 Rivermont Road, Durham 27705 

Guess Road Dan R. Vincent 2638 Kirk Road, Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Ted C. Kandler . . 2748 Middleton, Apt. 18-F, Durham 27705 

Homestead Heights H. Mitchell Simpson 113 Midland Ave., Durham 27704 

Immanuel John Deeds 1804 Glendale Ave., Durham 27701 

Lakewood Beverly Sawyer 1700 Bivins St., Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Frank Shipp 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 

Plainview Norman Stallings . .2515 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham 27703 

Ridgecrest Grady W. Oakley 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27704 

University Steve Teague 506 Brandywine, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Hugh L. Dukes P.O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS 

Bethesda Harry Fowler P. O. Box 11383, Durham 27703 

Braggtown Dennis C. Grass C»ll, 1829 Front St., Durham 27705 

Carrboro Johnny Ross Rt. 3, Box 121, Chapel Hill 27514 

Cresset Robert Weatherly 3625 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 

Durham, First David Rowan , \ . 1450 Newcastle Road, C-1, Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial Tom Honeycutt . . . Lot 101, 3300 Hursey St., Durham 27703 

Gorman Steven D. Austin ....... 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grey Stone William T. Brogden 2109 Pershing St.. Durham 27705 

University Steve Teague 506 Brandywine, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Hugh L. Dukes P.O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

MISSION PASTORS 

Durham, First Steve Hobson 98-D, Colonial Apts., Durham 27707 

MISSIONS SPONSORED THIS YEAR 

Guess Road Sunday School at Fire Station #1 and Rose Manor Medical 
Complex; 4230 N. Roxboro Road 



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Medical Convalescent Complex - 411 S. Lasalle St., Durham 
Worship Services at Hillhaven, Orange and Oak Hill Manor 

Holloway Street Sunday School at Carolina Rest Home, 3119 Colclough Ave., 
Durham 27704 

Mount Moriah Sunday School at Hillhaven, Orange, Kerley Road, Durham 

Oak Manor Nursing Home, Mount Sinai Road, Durham 

RECREATION DIRECTORIES 

Angler Avenue Robert Phillips 120 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham 27703 

Bells Mrs. Willard Walker 307 E. Chatham St., Apex 27 502 

Berea Elwood Massey 5008 Dresden Drive, Durham 27707 

Braggtown " Bobby Clements 4019 Roxboro Road, Durham 27704 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Steve Faucette Rt. 8, Box 240. Durham 27704 

Cresset Robert Weatherly 36 25 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 

Durham, First Miss Eva Ruth Parrish . . . 1112 N. Duke St., Durham 27701 

Durham Memorial Miss Nancy Hildebran 

123 Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 

Faith Mrs. Leroy Capps ... 13 Fletcher's Terrace, Durham 27704 

Gorman Preston Stainback ....... 3015 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace Denny L. Turner 1611 Amberly Drive, Durham 27704 

Grey Stone Malcom Moore 3905 Rivermont Road, Durham 27705 

Guess Road David Laws 2718 Cammie St., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Ricky Hester 2527 Ross Road, Durham 27703 

Lowe's Grove J. Frank Shipp . 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 

Mount Carmel Ray Sparrow 513 Oak Ave., Carrboro 275 10 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Clyde Carroll 4814 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

Page Road Mr. James Bell Rt. 4, Box 313, Durham 27703 

University Bill Ball H-1 Village Green, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street John Hudson 1414 Colewood Drive, Durham 27705 

Yates Joseph Peterson 3229 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Angler Avenue Robert Phillips 120 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Dennis C. Grass C-11, 1829 Front St., Durham 27705 

Durham, First Steve Hobson 98-D, Colonial Apts., Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial Miss Nancy Hildebran ..... 

123 Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 

Gorman Steven D. Austin 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grey Stone W. Edward Kissiah.S-5, 2808 Croasdaile Drive, Durham 27705 

Guess Road Dan R. Vincent 2638 Kirk Road, Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Ted C. Kandler 18-F, 2748 Middleton, Durham 27705 

Ridgecrest Grady W. Oakley 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27704 

University Steve Teague ....... 506 Brandy wine. Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Huj^h L. Dukes P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Yates Joseph Peterson 3229 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 



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ROY ALBERT MORRIS 
October 10, 1895 - October 26, 1974 

Bom in Chatham County, North Carolina. Son of I. J. and Sabina Scotten Mor- 
ris. Educated, Buies Creek Academy and Wake Forest College, University of 
North Carolina and Duke Divinity School. 

Pastor of East Sanford Baptist Church, Cool Springs and Flat Springs Church- 
es. Pastor of Carrboro Baptist Church, 1928-1939. Resumed Pastorate of East 
Sanford Baptist Church for a period of twenty-five years. 

Married Rochette Bass of Burkville, Virginia, in 1926. One daughter, Mrs. Sam 
Hudson of Raleigh. Mrs. Morris Died in 1943. Married Virginia Odom in 1945. One 
son, Roy David Morris. 

Mr. Morris was a beloved Pastor and citizen, having served in the Armed 
Forces, Boy Scout Activities, as well as other civic and church capaciites. 




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Braggtown 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Hope Valley 
Yates 



Bethesda 
Faith 

Olive Branch 
Plain view 
Rose of Sharon 



Angler Avenue 
Cedar Fork 
Durham, First 



Durham Memorial 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 



Grey Stone 



Holloway Street 



Lakewood 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Plainview 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
University 
Watts Street 



Yates 



Bethesda 

Durham Memorial 
Faith 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Dennis C. Grass C«ll, 1829 Front St., Durham 27704 

A. Elmo. Whi taker .... 1706 Avon dale Drive, Durham 27701 
William G. Henderson .... First Baptist Church, Rome, Ga. 

C. F. Boykin . . Rt. 11, Box 289-F, Statesville 

Joseph Peterson 3229 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Larry Hutchinson Buies Creek 

Alan Moore 2711 Independence Ave,. Durham 27703 

Keith Oakley 902 Old Oxford Highway, Durham 27704 

Philip Churchill ......... Rt. 5, Box 517, Durham 27704 

Rick Lloyd 2509 Rochelle St„ Durham 27703 

Joseph Glenn Rt. 2, Box 89-D, Hendersonville 287 39 

ORDAINED MINISTERS (other than Pastors) 

Leo T. Bridgers 2905 Monroe Ave., Durham 27707 

Louis Stokes 200 Rosebud Road, Albany, Ga. 31705 

J. Thad Ashley 2612 Roxboro Road, Durham 27704 

Dennis W. Hockaday Box 382, Durham 27704 

Andrew King 1525 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

Aubrey Quackenbush ..... 3349 Denise St., Durham 27704 

Hugh Watkins 2607 Tuckawanna Ave., Durham 27703 

John Davis Wake Forest 

Wyatt Scott 

John T. Edwards 3208 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

H. B. Anderson 1104 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 

James Bland . . . 1208 Duke University Road, Durham 27701 

Ted Stone 5114 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27705 

Noel Bell Rt. 1, Box 400, Durham 27701 

Aaron Conn 2405 Cambridge Drive, Durham 27707 

Boyce Creamer 2002 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

John Freeman 1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 

Hunter Hobgood . 2707 Davie Drive, Durham 27704 

H. J. Melvin Box 11466, Durham 27703 

Lucian Moody 1209 Holloway St., Durham 27701 

Hubert S. Mumford 1108 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

Carl E. Johnson . .... 1753 Morehead Ave., Durham 27707 

Leon Cheek Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Vernon Sparrow Rt. 7, Chapel Hill .27 514 

C. E. Byrd Rt, 3, Apex 2750 2 

Hugh Nichols Rt. 5, Box 622, Durham 27704 

K. R. Crabtree 3227 Redwood Road, Durham ,27704 

Preminto Chi senhall . 3126 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham 27705 

John W. Carlton P. O. Box 1027, Wake Forest 27587 

Robert M. Phillips . 5002 Old Oxford Road, Chapel Hill 27514 

John Biggers . 505 Central Ave., Butner 27509 

Clark Cahow 1106 Watts St., Durham 27701 

Billy Griffin 2715 Augusta Drive, Durham 27707 

Andrew Puckett 124 Andrews Road, Durham 27705 

Jerreal Buchanan 1712 Euclid Road, Durham 27709 

Joseph Peterson 3229 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 

Clifton Walker 6607 Garrett Road, Durham 27705 

Clarence Williams ...... 2112 Angler Ave., Durham 27703 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

L. Hutchins Buies Creek 

P. Wiggins 1906 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 

Jimmy King Southerland Ave., Durham 27703 

Allan Moore . . . . . 2711 Independence Ave., Durham 27703 
Keith Oakley 902 Old Oxford Highway, Durham 27704 



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Fieldcrest Marvin Byrd » . « . , » . 3403 Summerlin Road, Durham 27704 

Grace Coy Yates 1308 Kent St., Durham 27707 

Grey Stone John Carrington .... 4300 Holt School Road, Durham 27705 

Guess Road ,1. A. Moore 3516 Guess Road, Durham 27705 

Homestead HeightsH. Mitchell Simpson 

Lakewood Beverly Sawyer 1700 Bivins St., Durham 27707 

Plainvievv Rick Lloyd 2509 Rochelle St., Durham 27703 

Ridgecrest Harry Oakley 4802 Heritage Drive, Durham 27705 

Rose of Sharon Edward Bishop 6411 Whitt Road, Durham 27705 



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TABLE A. 



CHURCHES 


1- Open Country Medium City (10,000-49,999) Large City (50,000- or more) 

2- Village (under 500 pop.) 5-Downto\Vn 8-Downtown 

3- Town (500-2499) 6-Neighborhood ' 9-Neighborhood 

4- Small City (2,500-9,999) 7-Suburban 0-Suburban 


tt\0±\JS%tj t\ Lf U Ex, £i tj O Ci O 


a 

1 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


v-iraie ri. jones, ioio i-iiueriy oi., uurnam <;/ i\jo 
Dennis Wilson, Rt. 3, Apex, 27502 
Herman Goodwin, Rt. 3, Box 229-C, Durham 27707 
Tobie Stone, Jr., 1914 Mi S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
Clell E. Gibson, P. 0. Box 8022, Durham 27704 


Durham 

Chatham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


jaiiii^b xLi. west, io rieasani jjrive, uurnam ditvo 

Don Brown, Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Ned L. Matthews, 2909 Gretman Drive, Durham 27705 


Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Riphflrrl C, HpnHprGnn Qn7 Rliio <3tr>nci RnoH 'nnrViom orfyno 

ivn^iKxiu nciiuei tsuii , z>\j i oiuc oLuuc xvuau, uumam ici lUo 

Norman E. Gossett, 3300 Shannon Road, Apt. 5=F, Durham 27707 
Jimmy Lee Nickelston, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 
Arthur M. Burhkam, Jr., 3405 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 


Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durh am 


Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Burley W, Moore, 3613 Wishart St., Durham 27704 
Julian M. Motley, 3216 E.Geer St.,' Durham 27704 
Fred A. King, 4425 Bracada Drive, Durham 27705 
Malbert Smith, Jr., 3212 Sprunt St., Durham 27705 
Ernest G. Holt, 3121 Alabama Ave., Ext., Durham 27705 


Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 


Holloway street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 


W^ Aubrev Jones 3Qin Danipl Wnarl Durham 9770"^ 

Ray L. Cumbee, Rt. 8, Box 133-A, Durham 27704 

James I. Murphy, Apt. 21, Bedford St., Yorktowne Apts., Durham 27707 
Russell L. Wimmer, 3715 Shoccoree Drive, Durham 27705 
Everette J. Smith, 1923 Ward St., Durham 27707 


Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 


Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mount Caimel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


r (jgiciiidii, '*4:ou o. rilbion rvve., uum am iCi lOi 

Jimmy Leon Pitts, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 
None 

Robert Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham 27705 


Durham 

Chatham 

Oiange 

Chatham 

Orange 


Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Dtjii Dtiiiy, n,L, {, Dox ISO- A, uurnam ciikji 
Furman Matthews, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

A. D. Frazier, Rt. 4, Box 298, Durham 27703 
Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome St., Durham 27704 


Orange 

Chatham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 


Park wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


Howard F. Corley, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 
Richard Shaw, Box 103, Rougemont 27572 
Paul F. Couch, 104 Massey Road, Durham 27705 
Nelson Chambers 4109 Guess Road, Durham 27705 


Durham 
Dnrh am 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 


Temple 
i iiiiiiy 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 


M. Clay Warf, 1204 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 
Norman R. Gardner, 2125 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 

Robert E. McClernon, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Lawrence H. Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durham 27705 


Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



TOTALS 



-56 - 



CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 







o 
s 

CO 

a 

•3 

PU 

< 

Y 


! Services held twice Z 


1 

•-3 
o 

09 

CO 

3 

01 


Other additions (by letter, 
statement, etc.) 


Members lost (by letter, 
death, statement, etc.) 


Present resident members 


Present nonresident members 


Grand total present members I 


Number of members received 
from non-Baptist Churches 


Number of members lost to 
nop-Baptist Churches 


Value of pastor's home if ; 
owned by the church 


Value of church property in- 
cluding pastor's home 


Total church debt at end of 
this associational year. 


Year organized 
as a church 


o 


1889 
1815 
1856 
1884 
1938 


9 
1 
1 
6 
6 


X 

X 
X 


X 


26 
2 
3 

19 
12 


10 

I 

9 
32 
14 


32 
5 

3 
18 
17 


1,037 
209 
131 
757 
584 


166 
68 
72 

218 
36 


1.203 

277 
203 
975 
620 


9 


2 
1 


5 



2 

2 


45.000 
37,000 



40.000 



600.000 
1 280, 000 
145, 000 
471.000 
659.000 


10,550 



24. 000 
290, 214 


1948 
1902 
1805 
1941 
1959 


7 
4 
1 
5 



X 
X 
X 
X 
X 




13 
22 
1 
3 
32 


11 

31 
3 
3 

25 


28 
27 
9 
19 
37 


516 
729 
217 
390 
415 


24 
203 
35 
89 
36 


540 
932 
252 
479 
451 



3 
1 




5 
4 





25,900 
45, 000 
25,000 
15,000 
45, 000 


475, 135 
409,000 
110,000 
125,000 
1.005, 000 


182. 000 
42. 527 



475. 000 


1845 
1939 
1902 
1891 
1946 


8 
3 
9 
7 
7 


X 
X 
X 
X 
X 




49 
15 
10 
9 
10 


97 
19 
3 
8 
13 


81 

oc 
35 
5 
19 


1,854 
700 
479 
293 
390 


200 
148 
65 
95 
74 


2,054 
848 
544 
388 
464 


6 

Q 



1 

2 


5 
n 

U 









25,000 
35. 000 


1,000.000 
~o, ouu 
132,880 
195,000 
245,000 


121. 000 

\j 



61,678 


1965 
1916 
1907 
1894 
1945 


1 
7 
9 
9 
9 


X 
X 
X 
X 
X 




3 
36 

6 
49 

9 


4 
20 

8 
93 
26 


4 
28 
41 
105 
33 


213 
669 
760 
2,029 
778 


14 
192 
246 
457 

86 


227 
861 
1.006 
2, 486 
864 





26 

o 



2 
12 
10 
9 


33,000 
52. 000 
22! 000 




140. 000 
525. 000 
1, 023! 300 
1,892, 000 
533, 000 


28, 000 
237, 428 
3', 059 
216i915 

24, 084 


1941 
1962 
1959 
1942 
1912 


9 
7 

6 
9 


X 
X 
X 
X 
X 




10 
11 
u 

7 
5 


22 
23 
1 fi 

20 
13 


43 
22 

1 R 
iD 

20 
12 


697 
341 
195 
398 
433 


147 
47 
19 
30 
53 


844 
388 

PI 4. 

428 
486 


3 
3 
n 

u 





3 


1 

i. 

3 






Q 

44. 000 
30.000 


661. 905 
226. 000 

210,000 
300. 000 


34, 000 
83, 044 
1 Rn nnn 

xDU, UUU 

154, 545 
112,000 


1909 
1852 
1803 
1824 
1848 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


X 
X 
X 

X 


X 


1 

1 
5 



5 
4 
6 
3 
4 


19 
10 
15 
2 
12 


496 
155 
202 
151 
376 


150 
52 

134 
66 
91 


646 
207 
336 
217 
467 





1 



1 


2 

2 

1 


30. 000 
20. 000 
37.000 
25. 000 
27. 500 


270, 000 
40.000 
212.000 
200.000 
165,000 





8, 156 
3.959 



1823 
1814 
1875 
1968 
1952 


1 
1 



9 


X 

X 
X 
X 


X 


4 
12 
6 
5 



11 
8 
9 

17 
5 


11 
11 
15 
7 

14 


287 
221 
228 
127 
361 


53 
72 
37 
5 
51 


340 
293 
265 
132 
412 





2 






1 



1 


30. 000 
40.000 





194. 000 
250.000 
1 10 . 000 
200.000 
260.000 


17.856 



118.780 
98.718 


1969 
1949 
1881 
1955 
1879 



1 
1 


1 


X 
X 
X 
X 
X 




10 
15 

16 
10 


8 
13 

9 
40 
10 


22 
12 
8 
34 
21 


243 
388 
238 
579 
321 


76 
11 
34 
22 
51 


319 
399 
272 
601 
372 



5 
2 




2 
4 
1 
6 



350.000 
45. 000 
14, 000 
50. 000 
18.000 


172, 165 
370. 000 
45,000 
450.000 
200,000 




235. 000 


75,000 
61.865 


1888 
1944 
1954 
1923 
1950 
1877 


8 

5 
9 
9 
9 


X 

X 
X 
X 


X 
X 


2 
21 
6 
3 
5 
11 


6 
19 
33 
14 
12 
19 


38 
16 
75 
40 
16 
41 


769 
313 
563 

3U6 
669 


269 
17 
341 

75 
154 


1. 038 
330 
904 

381 
823 




9 
8 
3 
2 


3 

5 
13 
1 
6 




35, 000 


40, 000 




810,225 
200, 000 
1, 134,600 
530.000 
550.000 
850,000 


123, 916 
40, 128 


64, 000 
94. 000 
28. 273 




492 


779 


1,080 








86 


111 


1,292,400 


18,844,716 


3,229,695 



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TABLE B. 




CHURCHES 


DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


? o 
o a> 

a 

CD 3 


S* ^ 

ST —t 
O 

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^ I 


O 

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a> CD 
p s 

o 3 

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?5 3 

P (D 

rl 




Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtov;n 


Rodney Hicks, 4218 E, Geer St., Durham 27704 
B. L. Mason, Jr., Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Genie Shepherd, 909 Demerius St., Durliam 27701 
Mr. L. Williams, 4424 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 
Elwood Bullock, 4309 Newby St., Durham 27704 


11 






27 
4 
4 
92 
45 


53 
7 
7 

157 
62 




Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cre Sbet 


Hughes Huffman, Carpenter Pond Road, Durham 2 7703 
Edwin Couch, Rt. l,Page Road, Morrisville 27560 
Edvvin Couch, Rt. 1, Page Road, Morrisville 27560 
Leonard Hayes, 106 Davidson Ave., Durham 27703 
Marvin Hayes, 4011 Colorado Ave., Durham 27705 






1 




48 
54 
18 
4 
62 


34 
84 
16 
3 
64 




Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Dallas Norris, 2002 Woodland Drive, Durham 27701 
Mart Foushee, 109 Joyland Ave., Durham 27703 
Morris Carter, 2423 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Warren EUedge, Box 82, White Oak Drive, Durham 27707 
Joe Tucker, 23 Faith Drive, Durham 27704 


32 






85 
70 
39 
19 
21 


82 
103 

32 
29 

50 I 




Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Roger Dell art, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham 27704 
E. H. Dennv, Rt. 5, Box 177, Durham 27704 

D. W. Porterficld, 3128 Gibson Road, Durham 2770 3 

E. B. Honevcutt, 1009 Dacian Ave., Durham 27701 
I. J. Mangum, 1406 Barliff Place, Durham 27705 


6 



27 


15 
64 
31 
152 

28 


34 
lllf 

44 ' 
164 

60 


Hollovv''ay Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lake wood 


Wayne INutt, iiUo Delano ot., uurnam ^mUo 

Mrs. Simrgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Road, Durham 2770-^ 

Ral})h Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266= B, Durham 27707 

Steve Smitli, 2304 Anthony Drive, Durham 277 5 

Charles Rigsbee, 2322 Cardinal Drive, Durham 27707 




1 

24 



51 

38 
26 
17 
23 


56 
62 
25 
36 
28 




Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


James Shumaker, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Kenneth Vickers, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Carey Carpenter, Rt. 4, Pittsboro 27312 

Carlton King, 5323 Old Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 









36 
14 
36 
26 
23 


O / 

24 
27 
20 
39 


i 


Mount Mori all 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Dariell Slaton, Kt. 2, Box 048-A, Chapel Hill 27514 

J. E. Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham 27707 

Joe Dowdle, Rt. 6, Box 132, Durham 27703 

W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 

Hubert McDonald, 312 Greenwood Drive, Durham 27704 



9 
4 




25 
12 
10 
13 
37 


17 
21 
45 
12 
51 


i. cX-li\.WUU\J 

Plain view- 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


Luther Wheeler, 107 Foxcroft Lane, Durham 27707 
Fletcher Johnson, Rt. 6, Box 548-H, Durham 27703 
Lloyd Gresham, Rt. 2, Box 286, Creedmoor 27522 
Ben Brown, 5110 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27705 
Boyd Browning, 3125 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 27705 




1 1 






46 
12 
27 
63 
29 


93 
45 
12 
109 
46 


Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 


Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, 3318 Mossdale Ave., Durham 27707 
Robert L. Smith, 1907 Leonard St., Durham 27703 
David Svendsgaard, 118 Simpston St., Chapel Hill 27514 
Hugh L. Dukes, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Alfred Eakes, 1611 Delaware. Durham 27705 
W. A. Dula, 3511 Westglen Road, Durham 27705 



8 
11 

4 
5 


57 
24 
19 
19 
22 
16 


57 
50 
37 
54 
32 
76 


TOTALS 
- 58 - 


156 


1,609 


2,317 



THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



L 

{ s- 

1 

1 

II g 

il 1 


Young Adult enrolment - Single 
(18-29 years or H. S. graduation 
through 29 years ^ 


Young Adult enrolment - Married 
(18-29 years or H. S. graduation 
through 29 years) 


Adult enrolment (30-59 years) 


Senior Adult enrolment (60 & over) 


Adults Away enrolment 


Homebound Units enrolment 


General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of Mission(s) of 
church 


Total ongoing Sunday 
School enrolment 


Average weekly Sunday 
School attendance 


Number of Bible Study groups 


Bible Study groups enrolment 


Weekday Bible Study 
enrolment 


Church V. B. S. enrolment 


Mission V. B, S, enrolment 


Total V, B. S. enrolment 


47 

23 
; 20 
127 
' 51 


20 



25 
25 


35 
22 
12 
43 
28 


63 
36 
23 
145 
152 


208 
34 
17 

90 
86 








15 


81 



10 



8 
2 
3 
9 
5 









553 
131 
86 

698 
469 


253 
98 
51 
401 
231 






65 









65 







1 




146 
90 
54 
270 
153 





47 



146 

90 
54 
317 
153 


47 
77 
21 

^1 


18 

28 
9 
4 

12 


36 
52 
5 
15 
16 


98 
149 
44 
14 
106 


31 
39 
29 
18 
24 









13 

9 




4 

4 
4 
4 
6 






6 


329 
487 
155 
75 
364 


181 

265 

60 
240 




1 

15 
1 









12 





Ved 




102 
155 



16 5 




U 




102 
155 

/ D 


165 


83 
92 
30 
30 
35 


208 

03 



6 


80 
70 

40 




274 
193 
40 
40 

36 


119 
70 
96 
50 
5 





Q 





46 
17 

28 
~7 



13 
8 

4 
4 


278 
7 

Q 





1 . 300 

6 53 
279 
221 
159 


600 
320 
157 
108 
131 


12 
5 
1 

2 
2 


300 
30 
15 
25 
11 


1 







246 
90 
104 
127 
81 


125 






371 
90 
104 
127 
81 


23 
88 
60 
175 
86 



28 
42 
117 

32 


8 
21 
1 1 

125 
56 


46 
134 
145 

323 
135 


6 

150 
159 
130 
35 












25 
65 



6 
7 
11 
7 




6 

112 
50 


141 

602 
530 
1. 374 
516 


78 
343 
263 
647 
300 


1 

1 




30 
90 
20 




10 









103 
183 
195 
256 
200 









103 
183 
195 
256 
200 


82 
62 
22 
2 3 
31 


28 
22 
13 
13 



54 
53 
10 
39 



126 
70 
61 
51 

120 


80 
37 
22 
21 










7 






7 
4 
4 
3 
6 


39 


27 




530 
348 
210 
227 
208 


302 
185 
134 
lUb 
135 






1 

i 














u 



156 
98 


O'-i 

7 5 






H .J 




156 
98 


1 29 
75 


37 
11 
39 
14 
58 


8 
10 

5 
8 


24 
14 

11 
17 


1 35 
20 
46 
23 
94 


50 
22 
32 
32 
23 









10 






5 
4 
2 
2 









360 
120 
184 
133 
264 


210 
58 
96 
82 

140 






1 








15 













92 
71 

10 5 




15 







107 
71 

105 


36 
16 
22 
31 
43 


g 
12 
15 


47 


9 
19 
20 
33 
40 


60 
35 
40 
30 
82 


25 
21 
16 

71 










12 






2 
4 
4 
11 


48 






231 
159 
176 
123 
382 


128 
98 

101 
56 

121 























75 
99 

105 
60 

101 









75 
99 

105 
60 

101 


98 
47 
12 

98 
27 



15 


15 

6 



46 
20 
16 

38 


147 
21 
15 

103 
36 



30 
30 
12 
30 










9 





11 
4 








8 





395 
248 
116 
416 
215 


146 
175 
88 
234 
143 




1 

25 
1 




9 

14 










125 
134 
72 
244 
1 10 









125 
134 
72 
244 
110 


44 

52 
61 
40 
29 
88 


48 
9 

25 

20 
6 

47 


67 
52 
47 
36 
10 
19 


156 
19 

103 

207 
59 

178 


87 

56 
43 
38 
109 


15 



33 




25 



30 

6 


5 
2 
6 
8 
3 
9 










561 
217 
365 
490 
203 
553 


274 
113 
165 
278 
110 
250 



1 

2 


1 




20 
30 

50 




1 







93 
118 

90 


58 
145 










93 
118 

90 


58 
145 


318 


984 


1, 377 


4,233 


2,283 


63 


400 


231 


581 


16, 556 


8,754 


142 


786 


13 


5,105 


232 


5,337 



-59- 



TABLE Cu 







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CHURCHES 


TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


o ^ 

w cn 






Angler Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtovvn 


None 

Elwood Massey, 5008 Dresden Drive, Durham 27707 
Vernon Weaver, 603 Peyton Ave., Durham 27703 
None 





24 



Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Graham Seagroves, 931 Franklin Road, Durham 27703 
None 

W. C. Colclough, Rt. 1, Page Road, Morrisville 27 560 
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Faucette, Rt. 8, Box 240, Durham 27704 
None 


2 


11 


65 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Duane Johnson, 5310 Peppercorn, Durham 27704 
Gerald Lawson, 324 Olive Branch Road, Durham 27703 
None 

Mrs. Faye Bassett, Pope Road, Rt. 7, Durham 27707 
Leroy Rose, 9 Faith Drive, Durham 27704 


18 






Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


None 

W. H. Sparrow, 3320 Clark Road, Durham 27704 
None 

W. Edward Kissiah, 2808 Croasdaile Drive, Apt. S-5, Durham 27705 
Dewitt Cash, Box 6081, College Station, Duke, Durham 27706 



20 

4 
21 

9 


Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakev;ood 


Mrs. Richard P. Hester, 2527 Ross Road, Durham 27703 

None 

None 

None 

None 


18 






Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Caimei 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


James Barringer, 5808 L ake Elton Road, Durham 27707 

None 

None 

None 

None 









Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


None 
None 

Connie Garden, 3608 Gibson Road, Durham 27703 
J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 
Kenneth Cohn, 5103 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27705 





4 

3 


Park wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridge crest 
Rose of Sharon 


None 

Arthur Jenks, 2427 Redwood Road, Durham 27704 
A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 
None 
None 




6 
8 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westv/ood 

Yates 


None 

Mrs. Charles Owens, 2205 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 
None 

Hugh L. Dukes, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Norman Williams, 5108 Gatewood Drive, Durham 27705 
None 



26 

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TOTALS 


239 



TRAINING UNION 



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32 



38 




12 



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75 



152 




47 



104 




24 

17 
10 
55 



2 


10 
4 
41 



22 




4 

75 



27 

7 


23 



3 

3 

31 







40 



90 

70 
18 
430 



48 

38 
12 
296 





5 

34 



40 

15 
18 




25 







15 
85 






130 
85 
17 
27 




120 
52 
12 
24 





50 
30 
90 
35 




15 


24 
22 




25 


133 
10 




187 

46 
313 

82 




99 
40 
275 
70 







1 



24 







105 







73 







35 




27 



30 




16 



87 




45 



40 




27 







12 
20 





30 
45 
52 






23 
29 
45 




23 
6 

36 






14 






24 
9 






60 
57 
65 






57 
45 
43 






34 
31 
40 







41 


45 









133 
70 
95 
28 





61 
48 
37 
20 







36 
6 







42 
15 





773 



246 



535 



215 



110 



40 2,594 
-61 



1,785 63 



110 



135 



TABLE Du 






5 

CA 
O 
9 
O 
O 

?i 


CHURCHES 


MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


o 

W 3 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Trihn T T -Tivprtv 100*^ Morth DnrhAiTi P77ni 

JOIlll i» Lj civ tJl ly , iUUD IN »Jl til ot«, i^uiiitxiii 1 1 \j 1. 

Mrs. Eustace Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Mack L. Vickers, Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham 27707 
Hugh O'Shields, 448 Judson Drive, Wake Forest 27587 
Dennis C. Grass, 1829 Front St., Apt. C-11, Durham 27705 


5 


3 
15 


\j txi V exi V 

Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Timothv Brown, 3300 Hursey St., #26, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 10-2 Melba Circle, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Morrisville 27 560 

David Williams, 1112 Buchanan St., Durham 27704 

Mrs. Ned Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 



15 


12 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgeniont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


iviei i. Lutner, ^oio une&nire uu, uurnam ci /uo 
Mrs. FredHov;erton, 111 Joyland Ave., Durham 27703 
D. Brent Sandv, Rt. 3, Box 522, Hillsborough 27278 
Jeff Rogers, Box 287, Rt. 7, Durham 27707 

Mrs. George Fletcher, 613 Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 


16 



0° 


Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Mrs. Lenny Weaver, 3607 Wishart St., Durham 27704 
Steven n. Austin, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Denny L, Turner, 1611 Amberly Drive, Durham 27704 
George F. Archer, 3612 Rivermont Road, Durham 27705 
Dan R. Vincent, 2638 Kirk Road, Durham 27705 


6 

6 
21 
15 


Hollowav Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lake wood 


To<;pr)h l\. McCiUii;\n PES31 Fairlawn Rn;iri Dnrli -ini 97704. 

tJ w O ^^11 11. iVIVyVJLl^ 6U1 , »_l O 1 1 tU lid >¥ 11 IV Wtl V.1 , 1^ Ul 11 iXLll <C # t KJ^ 

H. Mitchell Simpson, 113 Midland Ave., Durham 27704 
David Phipps, 1408 Shawnee St., Durham 27701 
Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate St., Durham 27704 
Bruce Benton, 5523 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 


4 
6 


2 


Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Plermon 


Mrs. Thomas Mclver, Rt. 3, Box 15S-B, Durham 27707 

Donald Parrish, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

None 

Mrs. John Hearne, Rt. 4, Box 47, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 


ID 

8 
6 

9 


Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Mrs. Lin wood Crabtree Rt, 7 Erwin Road Durham 27707 

Mrs. Kay Yates, Rt. 3, Apex 27 502 

None 

Mrs. J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 
Roy Melton, Rt. 4, Box 90, Hillsborough 27278 


Q 


4 




P ark wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


jerry Keiiey, iiu rjmeraia uircie, uurnam ciiui 
Norman Sta'llings, 2515 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham 27703 
x\. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Baliama 27503 
Grady W. Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Mickey Perry, 5 Tracey Trail, Durham 27705 


CI 

10 
8 
8 



Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 


Jay Smith, 2752 Middleton, Durham 27705 

Gerald G, Payne, Sr., 1313 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 

Lee Orr, 31 Oak Grove Trailer Park, Chapel Hill 27514 

E. Kenneth Harrell, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

None 

Joseph Peterson, 3229 Pickett Road, Durham 27707 


8 

U 



15 


40 


TOTALS 


284 



CHURCH MUSIC 



Children enrolment (6-11 
years or grades 1—6) 


Youth enrolment (12-17 
years or grades 7-12) 


Adult enrolment (18 and over) 


Handbell ringers enrolment 


Vocal ensemble enrolment 


Instrumental ensembles 
enrolment 


General music leaders 
enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) 
of church 


Total ongoing church music 
enrolment 


Average weekly church 
music attendance 


Church music study group 
enrolment 


28 
1 
4 
60 
24 


32 
15 
20 
50 
20 


40 
16 
25 
40 
41 









17 

3 











5 
2 
o 


9 









127 
34 
54 
153 
109 


85 
22 
25 
120 
65 









8 
31 

2 


30 


12 
32 
15 
14 
30 


28 
56 
15 
12 

35 










12 







8 





1 

12 

1 
6 









49 
166 

32 
27 
113 


21 
130 
20 
16 
90 









46 
15 

Q 



11 


43 
30 
20 
18 
28 


61 
55 
17 
15 

22 


22 
"^0 






30 
5 

Q 



2 


10 
5 



1 


12 

Q 

3 
1 
1 









240 
113 
40 
34 
65 


212 

30 
25 
48 









5 
60 
21 
43 
32 


15 
38 
26 
94 
44 


32 
32 
28 
222 
~43 



10 


18 







30 
13 






9 


5 
4 

2 
4 

8 









63 
144 

83 
432 
164 


30 
114 

70 
295 
109 









8 
20 


b 


24 
30 
18 
20 
19 


38 
45 
22 
28 
23 












2 

27 









5 
3 


5 










79 
104 
45 
48 
82 


52 
60 
35 
30 
75 









23 


10 
19 



28 
12 
17 
6 

20 


40 
14 
23 
11 
17 









10 






3 






3 
5 

2 

b 









122 
39 
59 
38 
49 


75 
35 
36 
12 
13 


68 







5 
3 
7 




10 
25 

6 


25 
13 
18 
18 
24 

















2 





4 


3 
2 











29 
30 
53 
27 
30 


18 
11 
40 
20 
20 









41 
5 


18 
6 




25 
8 

42 
18 


12 
28 
30 
21 
30 












7 






1 



4 
3 
4 

7 









80 
72 
49 
100 
65 


57 
57 
40 
58 
40 







. 


13 


22 

17 


17 


17 
8 

13 



43 


26 
12 
25 
30 
18 
38 



17 

















6 




4 
2 
5 
5 
4 











68 
39 
65 
73 
22 
138 


45 
29 
42 
63 
15 
90 





10 




661 


1,005 


1,464 


67 


161 


45 


160 





3,847 


2,518 


78 



-63 - 



TABLE Eu 



NUMBER j 



CHURCHES 


WMU DIRECTflRS Rj ADDPincciPc 


Mission Friends (5 years 
and under - not in school) 


; liirls In Action (6-11 years 
i or grades 1-6) 


Angier Avenue 
Bells 
B er ea 
Bethesda 
Bragg town 


Mrs. Bairy New. 2328 Charlotte St.. Durham 27705 
Mrs. James Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Gerald Lewter, Highway 751, Durham 27707 
Mrs. R. Moore, 63 Dudley Circle, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Lee Murray, 304 Delafield Ave., Durham 27704 


1 
1 

2 
3 


1 1 



2 ' 
1 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Mrs. Walter Hudson, 730 N. Mineral Springs Rd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Starnes Weaver, 1109 Hillsboro Road, Carrboro 27510 
mis. ucwio \-/wii/HjLign, xLi. i, rdgG xvoaQ, Moms Vllle c/obO 
Mrs. Shirley Chappell, 2707 Joyner Road, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Frances Hoke, 814 Lancaster St., Durham 27701 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


1 
2 
2 
1 
1 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Mrs. C. B. Williams, Jr., 309 Monticello Ave., Durham 27707 
None 

Mrs. GrJlhpm TCnifht *?P17 Ancrior Utra ■nnfVinm 0'7'7r»0 
1*11 o. >-Ji aiiOiiii xviiigiiu, OiO n ri.Ilglcf xiVc., UUmam di luS 

Mrs. Iris Tilley, Rt. 2, Farrington Road, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Art Burkam, Jr., 3405 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 


2 
20 
1 




2 
12 

'o 




Fieldcrest 
Gorman 

Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Mrs. Elbert Murphrey, 2725 E. Geer St,. Durham 27704 
Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. R. A. Crandell, 305 Dacian Ave., Durham 27701 
Mrs. Bryce Bates. 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 
Miss Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St. Ext., Durham 27705 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


{ 
I 

1 


Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 


Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, 1108 Raynor St., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Floyd DoUai. 5126 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27705 
Niih* uari AiKins, 4/18 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Lillian Sorrell, 3514 East Oak Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Lawrence Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durham 27707 


1 
1 

1 
1 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


Mrs. Frank Shipp, 3924 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27707 

Vivian Cole, Rt. 7, Chapel HiH 27514 

Mrs. Ralph Blackwood, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Auburn Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. William Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hlil Drive, Durham 27705 


1 
1 
1 


1 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Mrs. Ben Berry, Rt. 7, Box 185- A, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Phyllis Cash, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Jfrs. Phil Wallace, 1009 Stalling s Road, Durham 27708 
Mrs. John Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail, Durham 27703 
Mrs. James George, 907 Torridge Road, Durham 27705 




1 
1 
1 
1 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Park wood 
Plain view 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecre st 
Rose of Sharon 


Mrs. Luther Wheeler, 107 Foxcroft Lane, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Pete Preddy, Rt. 5, Box 474, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Lois Gates, Harris Road, Rougemont 27572 
None 

Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durham 27705 


1 
1 




1 


2 
2 


1 


Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 


Mrs. H. C. Wright, 907 Amette Ave., Durham 27701 
Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. W. S. Kyle, Cedar St.. Chapel HiH 27514 
Mrs. V. A. Allen, 2404 Alpine Road, Durham 27707 
Mrs. David Snipes, 2121 Ruffin St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. M. T. Mangum, 2203 University Drive. Durham 27707 


1 

2 


1 
1 


1 
2 


1 
2 


TOTALS 


61 


63 



-64- 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



(tGANIZ^ 


lTIONS 


; 




ENROLMENT 


]> 
o 

r 
f 

i A 

S; 

CO 


Baptist Yofune Women 
(18-29 years or H. S. gradu- 
ation through 29 years) 


Baptist Women (30 and over) 


Mission(s) of church 


Total number of 
organizations 


Vlission Friends (5 years and 
under - not in school) 


Girls in Action (6-11 years 
or grades 1-6) 


Acteens (12-17 years or 
grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women 
(18-29 years or H. S. gradu- 
ation through 29 years) 


Baptist Women (30 and over) 


W. M. U. officers 


Mission(s) of church 


Total W. M. U ongoing 
enrolment 


1 
1 



1 


1 




1 


1 

2 









5 
5 
1 
6 
7 


10 
10 

12 
39 


12 
14 

20 
13 


12 
13 

10 
15 


12 




15 


31 
40 

13 
45 
67 


6 
6 
3 
2 
7 









81 
83 
16 
89 
156 


1 




1 







5 




10 

5 
4 


7 

12 
9 


5 
11 
12 


4 
4 




15 




20 
58 
30 


7 
5 
3 


5 




63 
90 
54 


1 
1 










2 


5 
6 


5 
8 


8 
15 


5 
6 






20 
42 


6 
3 



60 


44 
134 


1 

5 





1 


1 




15 


8 


1 



16 
62 
4 
2 



27 
20 
15 




27 
12 
10 




7 

15 





12 


11 




159 
15 
47 
16 



11 
11 
8 
1 



243 






486 
73 
91 
17 



1 

3 
1 
1 
1 





2 



i 




6 




4 
3 
11 
9 
4 


7 
20 

6 
28 
20 


7 
44 

9 
31 
25 


12 

5 
15 
30 





18 



12 
58 
50 
90 
40 


5 
4 

4 
10 
7 









43 
126 

74 
192 
122 


1 

1 
1 



1 




1 


1 









6 
3 
2 
4 
4 


12 
12 

10 
1 1 


13 
10 
8 
9 

lU 


12 
8 
7 
4 



11 




10 


62 


46 
35 


9 
7 
1 
5 
6 









119 
37 
16 
74 
72 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


















5 
4 
4 
3 
4 


17 
8 

12 

7 


16 
8 
6 

12 
6 


8 
7 
6 
8 
13 









42 
19 
26 
17 
16 


7 
5 
5 

5 









90 
47 
55 
37 
47 



1 

1 
1 
1 














1 





2 
4 
8 
4 
4 



11 
5 
5 
10 


7 
7 
8 
8 
9 



7 
10 
11 
4 









37 
30 
30 
12 
33 


2 
1 
4 
1 
4 




4 





46 
56 
61 
37 
60 


1 

1 

1 


1 




1 















6 
6 
2 

4 


10 
12 


8 


21 
20 


9 


17 
7 

5 

10 



6 





20 
15 
10 

45 



3 
3 

3 









68 
63 
18 

75 


1 
1 





1 


1 





1 
1 












5 
6 
1 
1 
4 
6 


23 
13 


9 
10 


6 
17 


23 
16 


8 
12 



14 


26 



15 
16 


56 
38 
64 

67 
25 
40 


8 
3 
8 
3 
1 
4 










127 
83 
72 
70 
73 

100 


8 


13 


63 


24 


271 


460 


524 


331 


165 


1,638 


214 


312 


3,637 



-65- 



TABLE F. 


CHURCHES 


V 

DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


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Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Manley Johnson, Pleasant Drive Ext., Durham 87703 

None 

None 

None 

Travis Jackson, 2234 Ferrell Road, Durham 27704 


8 



11 

15 


16 i 




18 
10 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


None 
None 

Don Brown, Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Jimmy Carroll, 1834 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

V. A. Shore, 290 5 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 


5 


10 


19 


6 




22 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Leland Williams, 2729 Sevier Road, Durham 27705 

Crawford Hart, 2710 Wedgedale Ave., Durham 27703 

None 

None 

None 


15 
12 
16 




15 
10 





Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Charles Toomey, 1702 Forest Road, Durham 27705 
Norman Walker, 3327 Broughton Drive, Durham 27704 
None 

Bryce B. Bates, 4501 Myers Paik Drive, Durham 27705 
James G. Clary, 4009 Forrestdale Drive, Durham 27705 



24 


38 
12 





6 

14 


Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
L akewood 


Richard P. Hester, 2 5 27 Ross Road, Durham 27703 

Malcolm Seaford, Box 133, Rt. 8, Durham 27704 

None 

None 

None 


6 




3 


16 
10 





Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


None 
None 
None 

Carey Carpenter, Rt. 4, Box 229, Pittsboro 27312 
None 




9 
8 










Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


None 

Caley Farrell, Rt. 3, Apex 27 502 
None 

Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham 2770 3 
None 



4 
6 
8 




3 
5 
7 



Park wood 
Plainviev; 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


None 

Horace xVdcock, 2517 Ardsley Drive, Durham 27704 

None 

None 

William Straughan, Rt. 1, Box 7, Durham 27705 




5 



3 



7 


6 


Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 


None 

J. E. O'Briant, 1920 Leonard St., Durham 27703 

None 

None 

None 

None 



17 




11 

6 



16 






TOTALS 


274 


187 



- 66 - 



BROTHERHOOD 



RA leader and committee 


Baptist Men enrolment 
(18-59 years or H. S. 
grad'n. to retirement. 


Other Baptist men groups 


Brotherhood director and 
other Brotherhood General 
Officers 


Enrolment of mission(s) 
of church 




Total ongoing Brotherhood 
enrolment 


Other boys involved 
in mission activities 


Miscellaneous Baptist 
men 


2 


3 
4 


20 




16 





12 



1 




1 









47 


44 
46 
















1 

1 

1 





15 







10 







1 
1 









12 

26 
11 
43 
















1 

5 
2 





5 


























31 
3 2 
18 



















6 

5 
10 






24 





54 








1 










30 


103 
61 
















I 
4 












10 






1 
1 













34 
18 





















1 

2 





14 














1 














25 
10 


















1 

Q 

2 




8 














1 



1 












17 
14 
18 



















4 


1 






19 














1 











16 


30 


















1 





1 



8 







9 








1 
















52 




11 

7 




25 














62 


129 


95 


12 





759 


25 






- 67 - 



TABLE Gu 



CHURCHES TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 



Budget promotion 
emphasis used 
during the year 



■o n 
p. < 

(0 fa 



O < 

2, o 

O P 

ST 3 

5 o 



Angier x\venue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtovvn 



Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane, Durham 27704 

Mrs. James Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Mrs,Wayne Ferrell,1216 Carpenter Fletcher Rd« 27707 

D. J. Booth, 410 Mason Drive, Durham 27703 

Crandall Nelson, 805 W. Murray Ave., Durham 27704 



270 
? 

15 

? 

67 



25, 
12. 

5. 5 
15. 

7.26 



Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 



Don Christian, 307 Spring Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Charles Sanzs, Box 465, Cairboro 27510 
Mrs. Hubert C. Green, Ru 1, Morrisville 27560 
Mrs.D.J.Snnth, 2611 Wedgedale St.Durham 27703 
Wayne Jones, 703 Churchill Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 



100 
125 
19 
10 
150 



10. 2 

10. 

28. 

2. 5 

3. 5 



Durham, First 
Durham Mem'l. 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 



H. L, Ferguson, 1818 Glendale Ave. Durham 27701 
Clayborn Hight, 2811 Independence Drive, Durham 0' 
B. 'F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., Durham 27707 
Mrs.Agnes Elledge, Box 82, White Oak Dr., Durham 07 
Mrs. Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletchers Terr.Durham 04 



7 

180 

90 
74 
51 



10, 

11. 
14, 
7. 



Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 



Mrs. Elbert Murphrey,2725 E.Geer St., Durham 27704 
B. L. Fuller, 26 21 Cooksbury Drive, Durham 27704 
David Rogers, 910 Englewood Ave., Durham 27701 
Donald Whitvvorth,47 10 West Hills Drive, Durham 05 
Mrs. Raymond Thomas, Rt. 2, Box 456-C, Durham 05 



40 
150 
200 
445 
155 



4. 3 
10. 
8. ■ 
4. 



Holloway Stree 
Homestead Hts, 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lake wood 



Mrs. Henry L.Brvant. 2622 Harward Ave. Durham 03 
Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
J. L. Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Jake Beane, 4101 Neal Road, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Lawrence Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durham 27707 



165 
80 
80 
55 
50 



X 5, 
16. 
7, 
11. 
7. 



Lowe's Grove 
Ly stra 

Mount C arm el 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



Mrs.James Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Rd., Durham 07 

John Oldham, Rt.7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 27 514 

Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Auburn Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. Wayland Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chap.Hill 27 514 



125 
50 
41 
25 
75 



22. 
11. 
10, 

7.06 
22, 



Mount Mori ah 
Mount PisgLiJi 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park Vievv' 



Charles Brown, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

Mrs. Diane Lawrence, Rt. 3, x\.pex 27502 

Mrs. J.M.Mangum,4017 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27705 

Mrs. James Bell, Rt. 4, Box 313, Durham 27703 

E. M. Oakley, 317 Howard St., Durham 27704 



3. 
20. 
10, 
11, 

2,4 



Park wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 



Garland Moorefield, 133 Wicklow Lane, Durham 27707 
Mrs. John R. Jones, Rt. 5, Box 516-B, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Betty L. Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572 
Onzlow Painter, 5701 Roxboro Road, Durham 27704 
William Garrard, 32 40 Rose of Sharon Rd.Durham 27705 



168 

22 
72 
75 



7. 5 
, 5 



, 06 
1, 23 



Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 



R. Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Ave., Durham 27704 
Gerald G. Payne, Sr., 1313 Clinton Rd., Durham 27703 
John Thoams, 107 Rainbow Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 
Eleanor S. Whitfield, P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
R. L. Terrell, 5711 Woodberry Road, Durham 27707 
Robert Wilmarth' 3725 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 



47 
45 
60 
? 

61 
100 



TOTALS 



720 



-68- 



TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 



Total tithes, all offerings, 
and special gifts 


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21. 273 
13.641 
125,418 
172, 491 


1.678 

279 


94, 315 

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166,951 
21, 552 
13,641 

219, 733 

17/1 Q/l 1 

1/4, y4i 






24,000 
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56. 131 
1, 525 
7, 776 
125.834 

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10,681 



14, 920 
o 1 , yuo 


2, 524 
606 
591 

7, 388 

9 QC,c, 

C, , ZJUO 


41, 403 
4, 139 
4,827 

63. 140 

j>a , o4c 


110.739 
6. 270 
13, 194 
211,282 

i I u. oU4 


83, 800 
115,606 
23. 986 
16,631 
126, 285 


11. 280 
1. 765 
656 




95,080 
117, 371 
24.642 
16.631 
126, 285 


206,000 




44, 000 


20, 377 
30, 999 
6. 730 
9. 375 
28. 455 


318,000 
3,690 



181,800 


17,415 
37,226 



17, 549 


1,687 
3.346 
920 
457 
2. 450 


29,638 
30, 740 
11.049 
5. 537 
34, 318 


387. 117 
106.001 
18,699 
15, 369 
264, 572 


203, 792 
107. 521 
57.7 54 
47.824 
56, 555 


45, 285 


7 22 
420 



249,077 
107, 521 
58,476 
48. 244 
56. 555 





3, 000 





92, 788 
47,750 
19,891 
12. 018 
13. 068 




2,609 


3,710 



30,000 
7,250 
3,062 


13, 140 


5. 279 
5,747 
3, 743 
1,200 
1, 149 


31,396 
20, 062 
25,033 
8,274 
21,694 


159,463 
83,418 
51,729 
25,202 
49, 051 


39, 577 
123. 592 
152.824 
341,979 
112.207 





120,747 
69, 373 
2, 231 


39. 577 
123.592 
273, 571 
411.352 
114. 438 




228. 000 



25. 000 
12, 500 


11,790 
40, 145 
54. 496 
91.090 
18. 177 




108 , 000 



41,000 


9,815 
18,795 

3, 120 
37,360 

8 , 840 


688 
3, 993 
2,617 
5, 450 
5, 1 16 


13. 376 
29.052 
168.720 
273. 464 
32. 184 


35, 669 
199,985 
228,953 
407, 364 

1 n o 1 7 
lUo. ol / 


119.059 
63, 224 
56 9 39 
58] 405 
6 1, 3 14 


34, 537 
1. 286 
6, 132 


16, 956 


153, 596 
64, 510 
6 3,071 
58, 405 
78, 270 





160, 000 




28, 168 

20. 127 
13,806 
20, 124 

21, 69 1 




5,600 

34 835 




16,015 

12, 000 

50 

13, 572 
20, 315 


3.003 
1, 566 
1, 123 
560 
1, 557 


84.856 
12. 152 
10,076 
18,058 
do , by / 


132.042 
51.445 
59.890 
52, 314 

7 n 07n 


72,025 
20,989 
38, 703 
21.032 
57,865 




240 



3 281 


72, 025 
21,229 
38,703 
21,032 
6 1. 146 









24, 576 
8, 037 

10,720 
6,260 

19 , 7 37 












2,759 
5,714 



1, 996 
697 

1, 505 
490 

2, 195 


19. 756 
4. 469 

14, 416 
8, 248 

13, 214 


46, 328 
13,203 
29, 400 
20,712 
35, 146 


35, 380 
28,853 
41, 420 
45,631 
46,918 


7.774 
152 
1. 670 


3 861 


43. 154 
29.005 
43. 090 
45,631 

50 779 









9, 586 
10, 379 
14, 285 

9.600 
14. 339 






50.755 



15, 529 



8, 523 
13, 07 3 


7 37 
1, 175 
1. 184 
1. 179 
1, 590 


11, 552 
5,828 

14. 242 
7.739 

11.071 


37 . 404 
17. 382 
29,711 
77,796 
40,073 


42,405 
80,968 
15,958 
96,269 
64,676 


25, 375 


444 
46.7 5 
3.700 


67,780 
80,968 
16, 402 
142,974 
68, 376 




85, 000 





15, 168 
16, 110 
8, 155 
19.423 
13,700 









30, 229 
33, 408 


9,810 
13, 212 


1.698 
2, 439 

534 
2, 356 

943 


18. 331 
19.267 
9,981 
72.668 
13.608 


6 5. 426 
71. 224 
18,670 
104, 257 
41.463 


116, 479 
36,909 
96, 442 

132,075 
6 2, 382 

145, 549 


40,899 

U 

6 1,673 


245 
60, 130 


157, 378 
36, 909 

158. 115 
132, 075 

62,627 
205,679 










39,080 
11, 98 5 
80,240 
48,988 
23,696 
79,247 










59,904 
1 1, 640 
9,86 3 
8,833 
10, 320 
7,800 


1.689 
y lo 
2. 132 
4, 325 

2, 363 

3, 146 


56. 431 

Q 799 

57.600 
63, 340 
15,638 
77,966 


157, 104 
34, 262 

149,835 

125, 486 
52.017 

168. 159 


765,898 


666,261 


4,429,159 


887, 500 


1, 316,246 


749, 999 


563,655 


101,003 


1,564,814 


4,295,717 



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CHURi 
SPONSOR 
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CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 


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Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Mrs. I. F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 
Mrs, B. L. Mason, Jr., Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Dennis Massey, Rt. 3, Box 108, Durham 27707 
1. Kerr, 341 Bandock Drive, Durham 27703 
Crandall Nelson, 805 W. Murray x-\ve., Durham ,27704 
















Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Mrs. Robert Hall, 3905 Cash Road, Durham P7703 

Mrs. Henry Swaim, 1005 Hillsborough Road, Cairboro 27510 

Mrs. Mabel Keith. Rt, 1, Page Road, MorrisviUe 27 560 

Mrs. Steve Faucette, Rt. 8, Box 240, Durham 27704 

Mrs. N. Earl Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 
















1 


Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


Miss Maggie Morris, 1410 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 
Miss Judith Faipler, 1105 Wellons Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. J. T. Blackley, Jr., 301 S, Benjamin St., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Lucile Capps, 3523 Sayward Drive, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletchers Terrace, Durham 27704 









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Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


Mrs. Buiiey Moore, 3613 Wishart St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Court, Durham '^7705 
J. L. Rigsbee, 2006 Sunset Ave., Durham ^^7705 
Mrs. Paul Mitchell, 2606 Newport Drive, Durham 27705 











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Hollow ay Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakevvood 


Mrs. Tyson M. Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Harold T. Ellis, 4305 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266^B. Durham 27707 
X. ^* 5* ^-Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Road, Durham 27705 
Mr?. Fred Pendley, 2609 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 












Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 


Mrs. James Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham 27707 
None 

Mrs. Louis Gate, 111 Gary Road, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Roy A. Morris, Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro 27312 
Mrs. Worth Shelton, 317 Morreene Road, Durham 27705 
















Mount Mori ah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 


Mrs. Charlie R. Parker. Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham 27707 

Leon J. Goodwin, Rt. 3, Box 210, Apex 27502 

Mrs. Beverly Redford, Rt. 5, Box 620, Durham ^7704 

Virs. W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 

Mrs. C. L. Yearwood, Jr., 2622 Newquay St., Durham 27705 
















Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 


Mrs. Lewid Ballard, 108 Maybank Ct., Durham 27707 

Mrs. W. J. Haiward, 1620 Fletchers Chapel Road. Durham 27703 

Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1, Rougemont 27572 

Carolyn Kidd. 5102 Stephens Lane, Durham 27704 

Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road. Durham ^^7705 






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Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 


E. L. Kerley, Jr., 2808 Sparger Road Durham ^7 7ns 

Mrs. B. R. Bnant, 1912 SoHi Drive, Durham 27703 

VIrs. Carolyn Wallace, Box 875, Chapel Hill 27514 

Eleanor Whitfield, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

^rs. A. J Frankenstein, 3703 Knollwood Drive, Durham 27705 

\4rs. Carolyn Craig, 4411 Erwin Road. Durham 27705 
















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TOTALS 

-70- 


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MISSION EXPENDITURES 





OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 




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1,275 
100 

17, 850 
9, 000 


5, 349 
165 
216 
1, 188 
2,640 


1, 539 
93 

13 
436 


1, 790 
256 
100 
263 

2. 347 


6, 270 
302 
180 
2. 320 
5, 594 


1. 262 




2, 730 
286 


3,907 
250 
177 

1, 238 
706 


1.644 
66 
100 
687 
168 


1, 437 

8 

100 
300 
250 


2,919 
1.208 
449 
2. 132 

295 


26, 117 
2, 348 
1. 322 
10,871 
12 722 


57, 364 
3,623 
1. 422 
28, 721 
21,722 


3,060 
8. 575 
6, 616 
37 5 
2, 400 


1, 560 

2, 219 
708 

225 
200 


160 
200 
104 
30 



228 
998 
217 
105 



1, 114 
2.908 
702 
244 
600 


160 

24 
2 


600 


160 
929 
121 
100 



160 

223 
69 
50 



160 
150 
47 


360 


277 
351 
102 
400 
9,630 


3,979 
8, 002 
2, 072 
1. 154 
11, 390 


7. 039 
16, 577 
8.688 
1. 529 
13.790 


27,000 


6, 000 
6,960 
3, 568 


3, 500 
1, 200 
1, 000 
1, 153 
1, 529 


775 
300 
310 
382 



2, 067 

396 
304 
959 



5.612 
9,938 

1, 220 

2, 292 
292 


500 



1,600 



594 


216 
371 
54 


500 
200 

92 
219 

46 


500 
200 
D 


38 


46.717 


595 


1,537 


60,765 
12. 234 
3, 7 37 
6,976 
3. 496 


87,765 
14, 434 

9.737 
13.936 

7.064 


2, 334 
4, 769 
13, 561 
19. 250 
4,000 


378 
1,815 

2, 767 

3, 800 
450 



44 
948 
204 
200 


161 
69 
1, 524 
1. 188 
1, 105 


359 
5,678 
14, 483 
13, 072 
2, 100 




158 
67 




16 
683 
900 
1, 500 
300 


20 
799 
378 


75 





207 




1,678 
6,680 
5.000 
5. 294 
2.008 


2.612 
1 5, 926 
26. 274 
25, 058 

6, 238 


4. 946 
20.695 
39.835 
44. 308 
10.238 


6, 117 
8, 701 
2,900 
4, 565 
3, 402 


3, 225 
7 50 
900 

1, 352 

2, 292 


970 
133 
140 
25 
76 


1,830 
415 
212 
492 
167 


3.839 
958 
2,663 
1,282 
940 






48 


850 
30 
800 
136 
1, 134 


504 
20 

800 
50 

484 


515 


700 
50 
302 


3. 6 38 
308 
620 
962 
497 


15, 371 
2,664 
6, 835 

4, 349 

5, 940 


21, 488 
11, 365 
9,735 
8,914 
9, 342 


10,650 
1, 500 
3, 337 
995 

11, 339 


1. 200 
150 

150 
1, 795 


98 
40 
1 on 

35 
33 


707 
483 

A 1 1 

125 
190 


1,641 
610 
1 nR 1 

464 
1,824 





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233 
6 50 

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60 
66 


71 
220 

ODU 

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125 
396 

84 


1. 407 
200 
205 
272 
242 


5, 357 
2, 478 
4, 055 
l! 116 
4,288 


16,007 
3, 978 
7, 392 
2, 111 

15,627 


600 
4, 125 
3, 408 
3, 168 
1, 300 


250 
534 
649 
312 
600 


49 
25 
16 1 
175 
25 


104 
251 
129 
46 
231 


583 
751 
1, 009 
768 
367 


18 




25 


94 

253 
75 
13 

25 


73 
93 
52 
5 
25 


73 
30 
64 
20 
25 


664 
100 
660 
188 
75 


1,908 
2,037 

o nan 
1. 527 
1. 398 


2. 508 
6, 162 
6,207 
4,695 
2,698 


546 


630 
450 
500 


425 

100 
225 
300 




35 


150 




550 
251 


200 




2,066 
500 

4,691 
550 






300 






125 
200 
200 




30 


125 




30 
125 
100 


32 
2. 254 
1. 466 
4,993 
1 022 


457 
4.870 
2. 537 
10. 534 
2, 647 


1.003 
5,007 
3, 167 
12,034 
3. 147 


1, 458 
8. 365 
5, 500 
5.228 
26.944 


2, 475 
946 
600 

2, 500 
97 5 

2, 400 


195 


959 
81 

138 
65 


7 35 
195 
530 
206 
6 20 
711 


1.364 
316 

2, 356 
743 

1,864 

3, 590 


12 

71 

53 
5 



119 


613 
297 
75 



208 
50 
159 
144 
161 



170 


210 
66 
21 



1.074 


4,677 
8.303 
327 
1.893 


6. 352 
1, 507 
10, 175 
12, 393 
4. 186 
8,6 59 


17. 001 
2. 965 

18. 540 

17,893 
9,414 

35,603 


294,317 


57,617 


9,526 


23, 868 


112, 094 


7,981 


19,232|9, 194 


6,863 


123, 351 


369, 732 


662,936 



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CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 


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Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Manley Johnson, Pleasant Drive Ext., Durham 27703 
Earl Parker, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 

Andrew Ferrell, 1212 Carpenter Fletcher Road, Durham 27707 
R. Grigston, 2506 Glover Road, Durham 27703 
George Vise, 42 23 Berini Drive, Durham 27705 


















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Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Charlip Th i^rri nL'^trin Rt (\ Roy "^57 Hnnitt Rn>id DiirhPim 97703 

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Albert Collier, 401 Brandy wine Road, Chapel Hill 27514 
Johnnie Evans, Rt. Page Road, Morrisville 27560 
Don Foust, 1214 Horsshoe Road, Durham 27703 
V. A. Shore, 290 5 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 


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Durham Memorial 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 
Faith 


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Robert Watson, Rovin Road, Durham 2770 3 
Wade Green, 447 Princess Ann Drive, Durham 27703 
Arnold W. Capps, 3523 Sayward Drive, Durham 27707 
Floyd Hicks, 239 Debra Drive, Durham 27704 


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Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 


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J. N. Strawbridge, 446 Continental Drive, Durham 27705 

Jack Rigsbee, 2017 Sprunt Ave., Durham 27705 

Rex Revels, 3 234 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 27705 




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fienry L. Bryant, Jbc*: riarvaru Ave., uurnam d/ivo 
Ray Rogers, 2538 Fairlawn Road, Durham 27704 
A. T. Hall, 1028 Carp enter- Fletcher Road, Durham 27707 
Larry Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Drive, Durham 27705 
Robert E. Smith, 1710 Bedford St., Durham 27707 









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Archie Dollar, 101 Monterey Lane, Durham 

Martin Sparrow, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Marvin Davis, Rt. 1, Box 334, Pittsboro 27312 

William Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 


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Clyde Carroll, 4814 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 
C.^M. Sears, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Lester Owen, 3014 Wal<e Forest Road, Durham 27703 
0. C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 
Coy McLean, 1206 Donphil Road, Durham 27705 











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Malcolm Bordeaux 920 Blue stone Road, Durham 27707 

Arthur Jenks, 2427 Redwood Road, Durham 27704 

E. W. Crabtree, Rt. 1, Rougemont 27 572 

Douglas H. Kidd, 5102 Stephens Lane, Durham 27704 

William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 27705 















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Francis E. Walker, 2527 Wilson St., Durham 27705 

A. L. O'Briant, 1920 Leonar d St . .Durham 27703 

Tom Brickhouse, 713 Williams Circle, Chapel Hill 27514 

Roger S. Upchurch, 3206 Sprunt St., Durham 27705 

Linwood Tew, 706 Frasier St., Durham 27704 

Norman Goss, 2811 Devon Road, Durham 27707 













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INDEX 



Associate or Assistant Pastors 50 

Associational Board Members 4 

Associational Board Report - ; 2^ 

Associational Church Libraries Organization (TACLO) Report 37 

Associational Officers 5 

Auditor's Report 41 

Brotherhood Report 36 

Brotherhood Directors , , 7 

Brotherhood Statistical Table 66 

Budget 31 

Calendar of Activities 10 

Camp Committee Report ,37 

Christian Social Ministries Committee Report 38 

Church Directory 48 

Church Membership & Other Information Statistical Table 56 

Church Secretaries 49 

Church Training (T. U.) Directors 6 

Church Training (T. U.) Statistical Table 60 

Committees 8 

Constitution 15 

Constitution Committee Report . , 33 

Deacon's Committee Report . 39 

Directory of Association 5 

Enrolment of Messengers 13 

Evangelism Committee Report 43 

Financial Statement 41 

Future Development Committee Report 38 

Historical Table 45 

History of Cresset Baptist Church 26 

History of Hope Valley Baptist Church 28 

Library Services Directors .48 

Licensed Ministers 53 

Members Deceased During the Year . 46 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 53 

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Ministers of Education 51 

Ministers of Youth 50 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 53 

Mission Expenditures Statistical Table . . , . » 70 

Mission Pastors 50 

Missions Committee Report 39 

Missions Sponsored 50 

Music Council Report » . 37 

Music Directors 7 

Music Statistical Table 60 

Officers of Associational Organizations 6 

Ordained Ministers 53 

Ordinations Committee Report 44 

Organists 48 

Pastors Registered 14 

Perfect Church Letters 33 

Pianists 48 

Proceedings , . . 21 

Program 22 

Recreation Directors 51 

Resolutions Committee Report 43 

"Singles Over 40" Report 38 

Special Information Statistical Table 72 

Stewardship Chairmen 49 

Student Work Committee Report 31 

Sunday School Report 35 

Sunday School Statisrical Table 58 

Tables 56 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship Statistical Table... 68 

Visitors Registered 14 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 6 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 35 

Woman's Missionary Union Statistical Table 64 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 8 

Youth Advisory Council Report 40 



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